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Title: Do fish have feelings? Maybe ...
Author(s): Rey Planellas, Sonia
Keywords: Fish
Biology
Animals
Animal rights
Issue Date: 16-Feb-2016
Citation: Rey Planellas S (2016) Do fish have feelings? Maybe .... The Conversation. 16.02.2016. https://theconversation.com/do-fish-have-feelings-maybe-54291
Abstract: First paragraph: The question of whether animals other than humans can think and feel has been debated for centuries. Most of us would agree that humans have a level of consciousness, loosely defined as an ability to experience thoughts and emotions. But which other creatures have consciousness remains an open and controversial question.
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