Fish use acts of punishment to serve species

15th November 2010, Comments 0 comments

A complex behaviour such as punishment is familiar in the human world, but it is also to be found amongst fish. Scientists from the University of Neuchtel say that when one species "punishes" another parasitical fish, the behaviour serves the whole community. They also think that the study may shed light on the same conduct amongst humans.

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