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Just saw a video of a cooked half eaten sashimi fish springing back to life Watch

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    That was a difficult video to reflect on 😭😭😭

    I'm mentally scarred 🐟🐟🐟
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    Did you see the frog legs one ?
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    These kinds of situations make me so sad, they depress me for days... I always think of how scared they are and the pain they must feel :cry2::bawling:
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    (Original post by Archangeldemon)
    Did you see the frog legs one ?
    If you are referring to the one where the hind legs of 3 frogs on a plate, then unfortunately yes!

    Muscles can twitch and move for some time even after brain death so I think the dead frogs were just experiencing post mortem reflexes. It could be the same but I felt the case with the sashimi was different. The fish literally springs (probably upto 2 feet) while it was being eaten. That was just distressing. It started with a faint peddling of it's fins then in the next 20 seconds leaps over the plate out of camera's focus. Ugh.

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    that is crazy !! how does that happen ??!!
 
 
 
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