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If Fish Cry does that Mean They are Swimming in their Own Tears?
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fish don't cry
Its even proven in science.

Fish yawn, cough, and even burp. But they don't get choked up. Crying, says Monterey Bay Aquarium's retired senior marine biologist Steve Webster, is an emotional response made only by big-brained mammals.


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Aww shucks I forgot about onions..........the main reason the human race cries nowadays
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Maybe, goldfish crackers.
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eggrollsama wrote:

fish don't cry
Its even proven in science.

Fish yawn, cough, and even burp. But they don't get choked up. Crying, says Monterey Bay Aquarium's retired senior marine biologist Steve Webster, is an emotional response made only by big-brained mammals.


Research before making a stupid thread


Sigh I have to keep explaining this.
That is refering to EMOTIONAL induced crying.
But if a fish gets sand in its eye it cries.
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Your threads kinda make me sad because I know you're here with a broken heart.
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Yes, yes fish do cry. Take the shark for example and this fact.


Source: The internet, so it has to be true.
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that is a good question i agree
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There are only two times a fish cries in its life: the death of a parent and the death of a spouse.
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after all the depressing shit I have read today this thread made me smile
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uncletim wrote:
Fish yawn, cough, and even burp. But they don't get choked up. Crying, says Monterey Bay Aquarium's retired senior marine biologist Steve Webster, is an emotional response made only by big-brained mammals


Fish even fart too. My Mom's been watching this Weird World or some title like that on Netflix recently and there was a segment on it talking about how during the Cold War the people monitoring the sonar machines in Sweden I think it was were hearing this sound that they dubbed "The Typical Sound" that they thought was the sound of Russian submarines in their waters. However, once the Cold War ended, they were still hearing that sound in their waters and the Russians insisted that they weren't swimming their submarines through their waters anymore, so they brought some scientists in to play the sound for them to help them figure out what the sound was. It turned out that the sound was being made by schools of Herring in the waters because when Herrings are frightened by a predator they actually fart out bubbles to confuse the predator and hide the school of fish to escape the predator. So while the Herrings were probably frightened by the Russian submarines, they were being frightened by other things as well and making the same sound in the water from their bubbles in order to escape.

There's your fun fish fact of the day.
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I hate crying, its so stifling to the system in general. All those wasted fluids and salts getting on your skin drying you out. I'm too pretty for that. Body can only process so much fluid in a day, and I can think of better things those fluids can do :P.
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did you take acid tonight
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DjBlow wrote:

did you take acid tonight


Nope high on society
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eggrollsama wrote:

fish don't cry
Its even proven in science.

Fish yawn, cough, and even burp. But they don't get choked up. Crying, says Monterey Bay Aquarium's retired senior marine biologist Steve Webster, is an emotional response made only by big-brained mammals.


Research before making a stupid thread


You're asking for too much when half of the CR threads are made by the lowest common denominator.
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