Monday, March 4, 2019

There’s a lot of confusion out there about whether or not fish have periods. Some people say that they don’t because they don’t have a uterus. But, others say that fish do have periods because they release eggs each month. So, what’s the real answer?

Well, it turns out that fish do have periods. In fact, they have two of them! The first is called spawning and the second is called rutting.

Spawning is when female fish release their eggs into the water. This usually happens in the spring and summer. Rutting is when male fish release their sperm into the water. This usually happens in the fall and winter.

So, there you have it! Fish do have periods. But, they’re not exactly like human periods. For one thing, they happen twice a year instead of once a month. And, they’re not always regular. But, hey, we’re not here to judge.