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If the fish is submerged in water, is it aware it is wet?

  • I don't think so

    I think it is not aware it is wet, but remove the wetness, then it's aware that it's NOT wet. There's a difference. It's not aware that it is wet, just like we're not aware we are dry on a regular basis. We usually take this knowledge for granted. But the big difference is we're humans who are capable of very complex thinking that can be aware of things we usually take for granted, for example, being dry. But even with our complex thinking, we often than not take for granted this knowledge of being dry if we have been dry for a certain period of time. Even more so for the fish that is incapable of thinking processes similar to humans, it is not aware of it being wet because it always has been wet. But remove the wetness, like removing them from water, then they will notice that they are significantly less wet than usual. Thus, when submerged in water, I think that the fish is NOT aware it is wet


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