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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Because they like each other , when something likes something else like lots then they kiss!
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Kissing gouramis are warm, freshwater tropical fish that are easily found in aquarium shops. Their name originates from not only their mouth shape, but also for the fact that male
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ive read domewhere maybe on the net.That some fish kiss because they are fighting . The only fish i remember reading about were the kissing gouramis. i have 3 angelfish right now
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An extension of mother-child behavior. The practice may have evolved from primate mothers chewing food for their young and then feeding it to them mouth-to-mouth. Pressing lips together
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