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Why frozen fish come back to life?

Asked: Henry Guzman, Last Updated:

Fish are also 'cold-blooded' so their metabolism slows to a point that it can be barely detectable. Due to the fish being relatively small they are able to warm up at a faster rate, hence the speed at which the fish in the video came 'back to life'.

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