That sounds canny fishy! Cod found to use a range of different accents when they 'speak', depending on the waters they are from 

If anything, you’d expect them to stick to estuary English...
But cod actually employ a range of distinctive regional accents when they ‘speak’, scientists have discovered.
Just as Britons who live in certain parts of the country talk alike, fish may develop dialects.
Exeter University researchers used underwater microphones to listen to the ‘chatter’ of cod living in the Clyde in Glasgow, as well as off the coasts of Newcastle and south west England.
Recordings are being scrutinised for patterns in the thumps, pops and growls made by the fish as they establish territory, avoid predators... read more

5 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 37
Source: Daily Mail

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