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Dead Fish Revived! Cryogenic Preservation (Video)

Friday, March 9, 2018 12:14
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Breaking News: China successfully manufacture chemicals that can revive dead fish, Frozen -30 C

Frozen dead fish but revived after soaked in the chemicals (Unknown chemicals)

This video looks like a piece of magic – no camera trickery guaranteed.

But it’s actually just the appliance of some pretty cool science that you might remember from the classroom.

The fish is lying motionless in the water until someone sprinkles some magic white powder on the surface.

Within seconds, it is alert and swimming, seemingly unaware of what’s happened to its physiology.

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  • Hoa Hong

    Supposedly dead fish that have been frozen revive when thawed because it is natural for them to do so, not because of some “secret sauce” invented in China.

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