Why Do Kissing Fish Kiss?

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Kissing fish appear to be 'kissing' each other as a form of social testing of strength or status. The fish have an unusual mouth shape that is particularly more pronounced when they are eating or sucking debris.
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Fish species that "kiss" are not really kissing the affectionate way that humans do. In most species it is a kind of wrestling/fighting. In some species it is a way for
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The common name of kissing fish is kissing gourami. Its scientific name is Helostoma temminkii.
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