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Can you eat the tiny bones in fish?

Asked: Félix Paillé, Last Updated:

Swallowing a fish bone is a common occurrence, especially for people who eat a lot of fish. Though fish bones are often small, oddly shaped, and sharp, the bone will usually pass through the digestive tract without any issues.

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