Do fish talk one another?
The undersea world isn’t as quiet as we thought, according to a New Zealand researcher who found fish can talk to each other. Fish communicate with noises including grunts, chirps and pops, University of Auckland marine scientist Shahriman Ghazali has discovered according to newspaper reports Wednesday.
Can fish talk to humans?
Of course not like how they do in Finding Nemo, but in a way, fish do have their own language. Not at all like our human one, fish use various methods to communicate with each other, including auditory, visual, and olfactory ways. In fact, some fish can even rub their bones or teeth together to let off sounds.
Do fishes have language?
If you have the opportunity to talk to a fish, we suggest you don’t choose herring they communicate by shooting a burst of bubbles out of their anus. If you have the opportunity to speak with any fish, we suggest you don’t choose herring. Herring communicate by shooting a burst of bubbles out of their anus.