I laughed. I thought it was a joke, but after a few seconds, I got curious too! Well who wouldn’t? So we Googled it out and apparently, fish farts depending on how you define fart.
In terms of expelling gas after digestive processes, fishes do not fart, which is boring actually, but there are fishes who expel gas on their rear end like the herring and the tiger shark. The herring does this to communicate, of all reasons, and the tiger shark does it for buoyancy. Nice to know! You should remember this if ever you plan on joining a game show on TV sometime. 🙂
Then I remembered another question My Man threw before, when we saw a toothpaste commercial comparing the strong teeth of a lion (or was it a tiger?) to human’s. My Man asked me, “Nagkakacavities ba ang lion eh hindi naman sila nagtotoothbrush [Do lions get cavities even when they do not brush their teeth]?”
Again, I did know the answer to that, but Google Almighty knows and the answer is lions, wild animals in general, rarely get cavities. Tartar is a bigger problem for them because it sticks to their teeth and gums and causes abscesses. But frankly, according to the webpage I read, wild animals do not get cavities simply because they die so soon there is no time for their teeth to develop cavities! Now that simply rocks.
Now having said all this, I want to assure you that My Man is not a toddler and is perfectly of age, albeit good looking, guy. 🙂