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Claim: Fish Get Seasick

Reconstruction of large iniopterygian Sibyrhynchus denisoni. Paleontologists uncovered a 300-million-year-old fossilized brain from one of these specimens. (Image credit: P. Janvier)

Okay, this one's a bit of a stretch. Perhaps the headline should have been: How to Make Fish Seasick. Here goes:

  1. Put fish in aquarium.
  2. Take fish on airplane.
  3. Do a nosedive to simulate weightlessness.

The fish got disoriented and a few swam in circles. "The fish lost their orientation, they became completely confused and looked as if they were about to vomit," says reseacher Reinhold Hilbig.

We like this research, but we're seriously wondering: What does a fish look like when it's about to cough up its cookies?

[Read the Full Story at The Daily Mail]

SEE ALSO: Do fish hear? Do fish cry?

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