In a recent video that went viral, the footage shows a fish that apparently came back to life even though it was thoroughly cooked.
The fish’s body is obviously deeply cut so people all over the internet are shocked to see the fish move when a diner decided to give it a shot of alcohol.
Netizens all over the world were pretty upset at the video as one claimed that they should make sure the fish is dead before cooking it, and not let it suffer like this.
The video is believed to originate from China and some speculated that the fish was cook in the style of Yin Yang fish – where the animal has its head wrapped in a wet cloth to keep it alive while its body is cooked.
After given a shot of alcohol, the fish gulps it down, shocking viewers.
Although some wondered whether the fish was really dead or not, there are several others who claimed that the fish is indeed dead and the only reason why it moved is due to the nerve reflexes.
A viewer wrote: ‘I think it’s dead so the poor fish is not in any pain.’
While another said: ‘The fish was dead. Nerves respond to heat, cold…’
Watch the video here:
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