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Did you know sharks have to keep swimming to remain alive?

Did you know sharks have to keep swimming to remain alive?

Did you know sharks have to keep swimming to remain alive? All sharks take oxygen from water so they can breathe. But sharks like these ones can’t pump water over their gills. So to stay alive, the sharks have to constantly swim forward. This keeps w
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Did You Know Your Brain Doesn't Die With You?

Did You Know Your Brain Doesn't Die With You?

The human mind and consciousness are close things. The human brain controls the whole body when you are alive. After death, you’re on auto-pilot. Read this creepy fact about the human brain and don’t forget to share.

The human brain continues work
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Did you know you have at least 6 doppelgangers in the world?

Did you know you have at least 6 doppelgangers in the world?

“There are at least 6 people in the world who look exactly like you. There’s a 9% chance that you’ll meet one of them in your lifetime.”

A doppelgänger is a biologically unrelated look-alike, or a double, of a living person. In fiction and mytholo
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Did you know fishes use the countershading camouflage techniques to hide from predators?

Did you know fishes use the countershading camouflage techniques to hide from predators?

Countershading is a color pattern where the back or top of an animal is darker-colored, and the belly or underside of the animal is light-colored or white. This helps make an animal less conspicuous to predators. In the water, the light comes from ab
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Did you know the fishes have special sensors that allow them to detect predators?

Did you know the fishes have special sensors that allow them to detect predators?

The lateral line is a hydrodynamic receptor system that enables fishes to detect minute water motions generated by conspecifics, predators, or prey. The sensory units of the lateral line are the neuromasts which are dispersed over large portions of t
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Did You Know Parrotfishes Are Highly Social Animals?

Did You Know Parrotfishes Are Highly Social Animals?

Did you know parrotfishes are highly social and live in schools of around 40 individuals? The supermale leads these schools. Supermale is an adult-breeding male. #animals #facts #fishes #didyouknow
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Did You Know There Is A Parrot Like Fish Species Known As Parrotfish?

Did You Know There Is A Parrot Like Fish Species Known As Parrotfish?

It is due to their fused teeth, which bear a close resemblance to a bird’s beak. Parrotfish have thick, heavy bodies and large scales.

They are found in tropical waters throughout the world and appear in a wide variety of colors, which may change
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Some Fish Species Can Produce Sunscreen

Some Fish Species Can Produce Sunscreen

Some fishes can produce their own natural sunscreen to fight the sun rays. According to the study published by, Oregon State University, United States, that, “Ultraviolet-protective compounds, such as mycosporine-like amino acids (MAAs) and related g
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Did you know fishes can get sunburns too?

Did you know fishes can get sunburns too?

Weird! Isn't it. Though fishes live underwater they can still get sunburns. Shadow and clear water without a lot of shade make them vulnerable to sub UV lights causing burns. It’s due to environmental conditions. #animals #facts #fishes #didyouknow
2 months, 3 weeks ago
Did You Know Catfishes Have Taste Buds Located On Their Barbels?

Did You Know Catfishes Have Taste Buds Located On Their Barbels?

The fishes living at the bottom of the water have these barbels (tentacles extended off their heads). #animals #facts #fishes #didyouknow
2 months, 3 weeks ago
Did you know fishes can taste without opening their mouth?

Did you know fishes can taste without opening their mouth?

Just like humans, fishes too have taste buds. That allows them to taste the food. These taste buds are located inside the mouth as well as on the outside body. #animals #facts #fishes #didyouknow
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Did you know seahorses are the highly modified versions of pipefishes?

Pipefishes are the family of small sized fishes. #animals #seahorses #fish #didyouknow
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