Headless, Gutless Fish Can Still Move! OMG WTF?!

0
1488

 

WARNING:  WHAT YOU ARE ABOUT TO WATCH IS JUST FREAKING HORRIFYING THAT YOU’LL ASK MOTHER NATURE WHY SHE ALLOWED THAT TO HAPPEN.

Don’t get me wrong here, but dead animals should stay dead. Just like us humans, we want no zombie animals moving like it’s still alive because that will look very creepy.

For instance, chickens that were already butchered for consumption shouldn’t cluck. Beef from cows shouldn’t move and graze. When you already bought something from the market, it shouldn’t move. It should stay as is without moving a muscle.

But of course, Mother Nature has yet again made fun of us humans (and animals.) She thought of a way to troll us humans and maybe experience a little freak-out after knowing that dead animals could still freaking move when they’re dead. YES! THEY CAN STILL FREAKING MOVE! Thank you, Mother Nature , for screwing up another natural event which makes us humans squeamish.

Okay, we don’t want to spoil you that much, but I guess you need to watch the video first before you actually react.

So let’s study the evidence. Here we have a fish that was already beheaded because, well, consumption! It had no guts. It was almost scaled when it freaking MOVED. Yes, it did move like it was still struggling from the clutch of this hungry woman.

Now, think it clearly. What’s the difference between this fish and those zombies that we see on T.V? Well, one is that this fish is real and zombies are not (for now). Second is that when you blow a zombie’s head, it stops moving. When you take this fish’s head, it moves!

So what’s the reason behind this?

The nerves of this fish were still intact and its spine is still operational. One should remember that your nervous system can still work without your brains. Think of it as a network of computers. Even though you don’t have any ‘server’, you could still pass files from one computer to another because you are connected to each other.

So yes, I guess zombie fishes is far from reality (for now).