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Woodruff (2017) analyzes structural homologies and functional equivalences between the brains of mammals and fish to understand where sentience and social cognition might reside in teleosts. He compares neuroanatomical, neurophysiological and behavioural correlates. I discuss current advances in the study of fish cognitive abilities and emotions, and advocate an evolutionary approach to the underlying basis of sentience in teleosts. Sonia Rey Planellas is a researcher at the Institute ofdoi:10.51291/2377-7478.1248 fatcat:mgghbvmfjnbtnl3c55ryjydsdy