A fish that osculate

And they’re called gourami fish!

Known ‘for the fish’s peculiar “kissing” behavior of other fish, plants, and other objects.’ according to wikipedia.
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‘Osculate’ happens to be the word of the day! Love it! The word itself sounds strange when describing two beings in close contact; kissing is easier word to say and more familiar!

osculate \ OS-kyuh-leyt \ , verb;

1. to kiss.
2. to bring into close contact or union.

Quotes:
And the Marquis, whose rough, red beard was trembling with emotion, effusively osculated the ducal paw.
— P. W. Wilson, “The Three Young Citizens,” Boy’s Life, December 1924
Origin:
Osculate is formed with the Latin word for “mouth,” ōs ,and a suffix used to create English verbs from Latin, -ate. It entered English in the mid-1600s.

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