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TWIL #16

Every week, I share something I learned in the previous seven days.
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TWIL #16
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Every week, I share something I learned in the previous seven days.

This week, I learned that (some) fish communicate with each other by hums and farts... not THAT different to humans.

Boops, hums and farts: The mysterious world of fish communication
From mysterious clicking noises in a fish tank in a lab, to humming haddocks and singing toadfish, scientists are discovering the wonder of underwater communication.
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