Hums, honks and boops? That’s just fish chatting about sex and food

By: Adrienne Matei,  The Guardian
Sat, 02/19/2022

Fish rely on acoustic communication more than previously thought according to a new study in the journal,  Ichthyology & Herpetology.  Andrew Bass, Horace White Professor of Neurobiology and Behavior at Cornell University and co-author of the study, " hopes the research will help humans better appreciate the complexity of other animal societies overall."  To read the entire article: The Guardian

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Midshipman Fish