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How do catfish survive out of water?

Asked: Michael Lindner, Last Updated:

Fish die out of water because they suffocate. Fish don't have the same abilities to pull oxygen directly into their lungs. When out of the water, they can no longer use their gills to suck in water which is how fish receive oxygen. ... Catfish will usually die within an hour or so of being out of the water.

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