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Do fish get attached to their owners?

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After this experimentation, scientists concluded that fish are able to recognize their owners. They can also develop a bond with their owners. Of course, not like other pet animals, but in their own way, they do love their owners, and this is quite amazing.

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  • How much is catfish per kilo in Nigeria?

    How Much is a Carton of Frozen Fish in Nigeria 2021

    Fish TypeWeightPrice
    Kote Frozen Fishper 10KgEleven Thousand Naira (₦11,000)
    Panla Frozen Fishper 10kgTen Thousand Naira (N10,000)
    Shrimps FishPer 10KgForty Thousand Naira (N40,000)
    Cat FishPer kgOne Thousand Five Hundred Naira (N1,500)

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