"Fish do absorb water through their skin and gills in a process called osmosis. ... In the case of freshwater fish, their blood and bodily fluids are much saltier than the water they swim in, so water will flow in through their gills. The opposite is true for saltwater fish.Oct 4, 2018" "DO FISH DRINK WATER?" ARTICLE It is to my understanding that we humans evolved from the water? HUMAN EVOLUTION YOUTUBE VIDEO Thus, we humans are able to absorb water or "drink" water via our skin as fish do? SKIN: TED TALK Or, we are least have the option to "drink water" via our skin. Seems though that if we don't then there has been an evolving of such skin? Thus, if freshwater were depleted from earth then we humans could thus resort to "drinking" or absorbing water from the air via our skin??? Our skin "EXPELS" WATER. YOUTUBE SKIN: INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM Therefore can the skin absorb or "drink" water?