Why the myth of short memory stuck to the fish is unknown. However, the ability of water inhabitants to remember and remember concerns not only their owners, but also scientists. Today, the expression “memory like a fish” can be safely refuted.
To protect the owners of fins bravely become and the owners, and bright minds, and even fishermen. What does a fish remember?
Scientists and simply lovers of fish have long argued about the memory of these creatures.
The life of a free fish is dynamic and unpredictable. Today, she is looking for food, and tomorrow she is saved from a hungry predator. Their aquarium counterparts lead a more passive lifestyle.
They became the heroes of the myth of a short fish memory. But are their thinking abilities weak?
First, it is important to note that the fish has little to remember. Domestic gurus forage falls from the sky, and living conditions change extremely rarely.
Secondly, no matter how hard the fish tries to keep important facts about their life in mind, the owner will not happen to learn about them anyway. If the memory of a dog or cat can be easily verified, then it is difficult to carry out such experiments with a fish.
It is quite difficult to test the presence of memory in fish experimentally.
Who-who, and aquarists can talk about their pets for hours. Just as long, they can prove that their pets have the most true memory.
According to the owners, the consciousness of the fish is not so passive. It is easiest to check her memory with the help of her favorite fish activity – feeding.
In large aquariums it is accepted to set aside a separate corner for meals. And the fish, of course, remember where it is located.
According to the owners, the consciousness of the fish is not such a passive
Those who feed the pet on the clock, probably noticed how the inhabitants of the sea room gather in flocks at the trough at the appointed time. Fish not only remember the place of eating, but also remember the time of eating.
Some owners claim their pets even able to distinguish between owners. They react violently to certain people and beware of strangers. Such a poetic myth can be supported by the usual instinct of self-preservation.
Fish, like other animals, are wary of unfamiliar creatures. The same caution can be observed by adding new resident to the lived-in aquarium.
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