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Do fish get drunk? What do fish look like when they get drunk

Fish will get drunk. Like humans, fish will get drunk after drinking. The situation of different fish is also different. Take zebrafish as an example. When drunk, the swimming speed of this fish will increase to about twice the original speed, and it will circle around the fish tank. As soon as it spins, the same kind without getting drunk in the fish tank will swim with it, but when the first one doesn't move, they will disperse. 1、 Will fish get drunk? Alcohol has the same effect on humans and animals, so fish will also be drunk after absorption. However, different fish have different tolerance and response to alcohol. Scientists have done experiments. When zebrafish are drunk, their swimming speed will double or so, and they will circle around the fish tank. Other non drunk peers will follow the fish drinking and will not disperse until the fish can't swim. 2、 What are the characteristics of fish 1. Body shape: Although there are many kinds of fish, there are four kinds of body shape. The first is spindle shape, which is also the body shape of most fish. This body shape is convenient for swimming and long-distance migration. The second is the side flat type. This kind of fish is wide and long from the side, but it can be seen from the top that they are very thin. The third kind is flat, like stingrays, which looks flat. The last one is stick type, that is, snake shape, such as eel, Monopterus albus, etc.

2. Fin: the movement ability of fish mainly depends on the swing of trunk and tail. Each fin is responsible for maintaining balance. Losing any one will make it swing left and right when swimming. In addition to providing power, the caudal fin can also determine the swimming direction, and the pectoral fin can be responsible for braking, which can make the fish stop when swimming.

3. Respiration: the respiration of fish is different from that of terrestrial animals. It depends on fish gills. When the water flows through, the microvessels in the gills can exchange gas, but on the road, they can't breathe in the air. However, some fish have auxiliary respiratory organs, such as lung fish and loach, which can obtain oxygen from other parts of the body. (YuHuiHeZuiMa,YuHeZuiHouShenMeYang)