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Frozen fish brought back to life #12670480
03/13/18 02:57 PM
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Re: Frozen fish brought back to life [Re: Roller22] #12670744
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Re: Frozen fish brought back to life [Re: Roller22] #12670830
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I've did that with minnows before.

Re: Frozen fish brought back to life [Re: Roller22] #12670900
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Likely they stuck it in a freezer just long enough to look like that, but not long enough for the fish's heart to stop beating. It is alive... but how long it will stay that way is dubious. Few animals are capable of being fully frozen to the point where the heart stops beating and reviving.

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fish can easily do that.


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Re: Frozen fish brought back to life [Re: Kattelyn] #12671030
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Originally Posted By: Kattelyn
Likely they stuck it in a freezer just long enough to look like that, but not long enough for the fish's heart to stop beating. It is alive... but how long it will stay that way is dubious. Few animals are capable of being fully frozen to the point where the heart stops beating and reviving.


That was my exact thought. Probably a super fast freeze that frosted the slim coat to make it look frozen solid, but there is no way it really was.


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Re: Frozen fish brought back to life [Re: Urban Fisher] #12671035
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seen a small bass in a 10 gallon aquarium on my buddies back porch that froze the tank solid. took 3 days to thaw and the bass was fine and later released in gvine.


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