Scientists have proven that fish can talk

 Scientists prove fish can talk

Pisces can communicate using sounds. Experts at Cornell University have discovered 175 families of ray-finned fish that can communicate. Today, about 95% of modern fish species belong to the class of ray-finned fish.

As it turned out, scientists studied the genealogical tree of fish and found that sound was so important that it evolved at least 33 times over millions of years, reports Phys.org.

“We've known for a long time that some fish make sounds. But the sounds of fish have always been perceived as rare oddities. We wanted to know if they were single or if there was a wider model of acoustic communication”, & ndash; said lead author Aaron Rice of the Center for Conservation Bioacoustics. C. Lisa Yan at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.

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