Video: Frozen fish came back to life

WorldVideo: Frozen fish came back to life

Footage demonstrates a man expelling a clearly dead fish from a cooler and dropping it in water before it returns to life. You think you’ve seen it all, and after that a dead fish returns to life. By video shared on YouTube not long ago, a gathering of men figured out how to revive a solidified fish from the dead.

Footage demonstrates to one man lifting a fish out of a cooler, which is secured in ice, and dropping it into a tub of water with a fish that is alive.

A couple of minutes pass where the fish’ dead body weaves around the tub.Abruptly, it moves one of its balances, opens it eyes, and continues to swim around the tub.

It is not clear when or where the footage was taken.A smart scam or science rising above what we beforehand believed wasn’t conceivable? Watch the video to decide.fish1_3557440b

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