Yes, Fish Can Communicate Acoustically

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Takeaways:

  • Researchers at Cornell University have found that at least 175 families of fishes communicate with sound or are likely to.
  • Fish communication is used for group cohesion and identification.
  • These communications have existed for 155 million years but have evolved more than33 separate times.

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