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Posted 20 February 2013 - 04:24 AM
Fish feel negative impulses sent to there rudimentary brains, by their nerves, which might tell them something like "move away" or "spit that out". However, do they feel pain, like we feel pain ? No. They simply don't have a brain / nervous system which is developed enough to feel it like we do. Something like a Dolphin, or Whale can probably feel pain a little more like us.
By the way, did you know that some species of saltwater fish have been hooked, and battling for their lives, with a giant hook ripping into their throats, gills, and anything it gets close to..... and yet, at the very same time, these fish have been known to continue to feed, sometimes even swimming over to bite a hook on a second rod !
Now, I don't know about you, but if I swallowed a bite of my dinner, then had a big, gnarly hook ripped into my thoat, and start yanking me away from the dinner table, I'm thinking, that might be last bite of food I thought about trying to eat for a while !
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