Fish

Victims of the nets of large fishing boats, pierced by the hook of a fishing rod or exploited and murdered in fish farms, a countless number of these sensitive animals are daily executed for human consumption.

Victims of the nets of large fishing boats, pierced by the hook of a fishing rod or exploited and murdered in fish farms, a countless number of these sensitive animals are daily executed for human consumption.

Many fish suffer painful deaths when the effect of decompression causes their internal organs to explode while they are being lifted out of the depths of the sea. Others die slowly from suffocation on the surface or are gutted while still alive. And those who find themselves confined in fish farms are murdered using methods that cause great suffering, such as electrocution, death by thermal shock in ice water or by blows to the head.

Video – Tuna’s pain

Despite their external appearance and the widespread belief that they show little complexity and sensory capacity, scientific research has revealed that fish have complex nervous systems and sophisticated sensorial receptors that transmit the information to the brain, generating intense experiences and sensations of pain, fear, anxiety or well-being.

In addition, fish display distinct personalities and elaborated social behaviors, leading them to establish strong links with their peers.

As well as fish, many aquatic species are the object of human predation: crustaceans such as shrimps, prawns, barnacles, lobsters, crabs, brown crabs, etc…shellfish such as mussels, clams, cockles, etc… and cephalopods such as octopuses, squid and cuttlefish.

We exhaust the seas and account the stolen lives by tones, which leads to the extreme use of the countless beings that are victims of these practices as objects, all of them unique, all of them sensitive and willing to live, like any other animal.

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