Scientists Make A Shocking Discovery About The World’s First Warm-Blooded Fish

It looks light the deep sea isn’t so threatening to warm-blooded animals after all.
A study that was published in Science by Nicholas Wegner, Owyn Snodgrass, Heidi Dewar, and John Hyde uncovered the heating ability of the opah. The opah, also known as moonfish, is an incredibly large animal that people actually like to consume.
So, how exactly does the opah fish generate heat when it is located in the cold and deep sea? Check out the story below to find out.

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