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Can you bring a fish back to life by freezing it and putting it in salt water?

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Footage has emerged of a frozen fish being 'brought back to life' after being defrosted in warm water. ... Fish can survive this kind of freezing cold because they contain 'antifreeze' proteins in their blood.

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