August 01, 2020 - Animals Asia
While we might not be able to read pain on a fish's face, the evidence is increasingly clear that they experience a range of emotions including fear, joy, relaxation and playfulness. We know that fish have receptors to feel pain, experience stress when they are confined and, like us, try to avoid frightening events. So when a fish is dragged out of water by a metal hook that has pierced his mouth it causes him significant pain and stress.
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