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Saltwater fish are generally found in ocean and seas. Majority of fish are saltwater fish; while the rest are freshwater species. Some saltwater fish are eels, goatfish, goby, drumfish, damsel, batfish and basslet.
This also depends on how good your filtration system is. You can have a huge tank, a crappy filter, and only a few fish, and they will still be stressed and sick from the ammonia and nitrate buildup. They will eventually die. However you could have a relatively small tank, excellent filtration, and …
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Yes because a Great white shark would eat that thing like its shrimp. Even a Mako and Tiger shark.
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you could put in maybe 1 betta fish in a 2 liter tank. You could put a male and a female fish in the same size tank. the fish have to be no bigger than3inches. You could put a betta fish 5 guppies and 4goldfish in a 15 gallon tank.   I think, after much surfing around different webpages, the …
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Most shellfish are filter feeders, eating a diet composed primarily of phytoplankton and zooplankton; taking in minute creatures from the ocean floor by taking in water, and straining the food out of it as it is released.
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Fresh water fish absorb water through their skin and gills, saltwater fish actually do drink water. In saltwater fish, they have to drink because their body's concentration of salt is lower than the surrounding water. Therefore, they have to drink huge amounts of water every day to stay hydrated. …
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Answer Male or Female? Many fish owners are interested in learning the sex of their pet fish. In some cases this is an easy thing to determine and in other cases it is quite difficult, if not impossible. The reason is the wide variability between species of fish. And with hundreds of species…
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female fish put rocks in there mouth and move them around
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Many species inhabiting the Antarctic eat other fish or plankton. Another Answer Antarctica is a continent. Fish in the Southern Ocean that surrounds the continent, dine on the shortest food chain on earth that includes phytoplankton and krill
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ANSWER:I think that nobody really knows for sure on how many fish are in the ocean but we better look after the environment otherwise there will be nothing left.
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Yes
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Due to the unusual salt requirements of the Green Spotted Puffer (they can be kept only very short-term in freshwater, they need high-end brackish to survive, and when full grown, most people choose to keep them in full marine conditions), and their aggression, tank mates must be chosen carefully. G…
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Almost all species of Angler fish live at depths of 1000 meters or more, in the pelagic zone. One species caught commercially is the goosefish (family Lophiidae), a muddy bottom fish.
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Siamese fighting fish are tropical fish, and therefore must be kept in water above 72 degrees F. Above 76 degrees is better, but below 80.THIS DEPEND ON ITS BEHAVIOR BESIDE ITS NATURES(IF LAYED ON GROUND OR SHRINK ITSELF ON ANY SIDE)
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Deap-Sea Angler Fish Deap-sea Angler fish live in Florida or Cuba
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The pectoral and pelvic fins are so articulated as to perform the functions of feet, so that the fish is able to walk along the bottom of the sea, where it generally hides itself in the sand or amongst seaweed. All round its head and also along the body the skin bears fringed appendages resembling …
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Fishes such as Bluegill, Longear, and redbrest sunfish start out a zooplanktivores. They consume zooplankton until they are large enough to begin eating insects. When keeping them in captivity, they will survive well on a variety of insects that they are able to fit into their mouths. If they h ave …
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It depends what kind of "butterfly fish" you are talking about. There are fish like Butterfly Koi and such that eat different things. They will probably eat what most any other fish eats, Bloodworms, fish flakes, or fish pellets.
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Krill, Krill eats plankton .
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Clown fish are omnivorous fish; in the wild they eat shrimp, algae, marine worms, and basically anything that is non poisonous to them and can fit in their mouths. In captivity clown fish should be fed a varied diet, that should include a quality flake or pellet food, brine shrimp, and mysis shrimp.…
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Plankton eats small microscopic organisms. Answer It depends on the type of plankton, like zoo plankton eats phytoplankton because it is smaller. Bacteria
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The hammerhead shark is common in tropical and temperate waters.
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Herring are herbivores and eat algae, plankton, kelp and phytoplankton.
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Mullet can eat a range of things like bread, algae, guppies and other weeds and plants that may live around mud and mangroves.
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There are 9. All 9 species of the hammerhead belong in the family Sphyrnidae and the genus Sphyrna. The 9 species of hammerheads are scientifically known as S. zygaena (smooth hammerhead), S. lewini (scalloped hammerhead), S. mokarran (great hammerhead), S. couardi, S. tiburo (which consists of S. t…
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It eats bottom-dwelling organisms (the most popular of which are mussels, sponges, small fish, snails and snail eggs, algae, worms, shrimp, crustaceans and crabs)
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Freshwater fishing is one of the two major fishing disciplines, the other being saltwater fishing. Freshwater fishing is done in lakes, rivers, streams and other bodies of water that are generally considered to contain freshwater. In other words, the water has an extremely low salt content, or no sa…
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Steelhead Trout Steelhead trout are found in some of the California rivers. Since the 1950s the Steelhead Trout population has declined by 90 percent. 23 Steelhead runs have been completely wiped out because logging or road construction, etc destroyed their breeding streams. The Steelhead's habitat …
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Answer not very offtern but when thay do it would be when there eggs were being atact thay dont get all that scerd that easle
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they wiggle.
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Fish known to eat algaeYes, in fact they do but not all of them. One of these fish which normally eats algae is the Carp. In lakes during early spring and into the summer this fish can be seen breaking the water near shore as they clean rocks near the bank. They also eat small mollusks, worms, and s…
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Which Came First - the Herring or the Sprat? First, it was the herring. According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, a sprat is "a small European marine fish (Sprattus sprattus) of the herring family - called also brisling; any of various small or young fish (as an anchovy) of the herring family.…
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Fish is a staple in many creatures' diet. Fish are eaten by larger fish, by aquatic mammals, seabirds, and mammals such as bear and man as a regular part of their diet. Clearly, dolphins, eels, sharks, seals, walruses, penguins, seal lions, and killer whales prey on fish, too. Eagles and raptors ty…
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They can migrate as far as Greenland before returning to native rivers in Canada Answer2: In addition to the above comment, I read a very interesting article about the salmon. In order to breed many salmon species swim upstream, facing turbulent waters along the way. Instead of being overwhelmed by…
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Fish do like to eat clams which are a popular food among the animal world. Other animals that like to eat clams are shorebirds, starfish and people.
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Fishes eat any types of food designed for them in a pet store. Some even eat certain veggies and fruits. Just go to a local pet store and the employees will gladly help you find the right foods for your fishes!
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plankton
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Answer The Ocellaris clown fish is a species of clown fish that is also known as a "False Percula," after its resemblance to the rarer Percula Clownfish. It is a very popular species for the saltwater aquarium and due to its tolerance of dead food and peaceful temperament is ideal for the beginne…
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Puffers are in the family tetraodontidae and are called such for their ability to draw in sea water into their stomachs when frightened and can triple in size. These fish's internal organs contain a tetrodotoxin, which is powerful enough to kill a human, depending on the specie of puffer. Not all pu…
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Agree with second answer, in Midwest a sunfish is similar to a blue gill and very edible and very tasties, although takes quite a few to make a mess.no  Another AnswerMaybe what you call a sunfish is different than me. But "sunfish" is a broad class of fish that includes bass, crappie, and bri…
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They go up to 27 mph, in short bursts of speed. as fast as usain bolt
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Answer people
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fish eats a packet of fish food.
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Grouper
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To keep a good balance give them a high quality flake food or pellet everyday. Feed brine shrimp (either live or frozen) or blood worms as a treat. You can even feed them lettuce or spinach. Feed mosquito larvae sparingly as they will tend to overeat it, which could kill them. Angelfish eat the ave…
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Some kinds of fish
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The world's smallest fish is a species found in Southeast Asia, known as Paedocypris progenetica, which averages 7.9 mm for females.
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Some eat plankton- small very small fish or animal erm.. also they eat some seaweed
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Swordfish primarily eat smaller fish, especially schooling species like sardines and pilchards. They are fast swimming fish which live in the open ocean and are thus known as pelagic predators. They are one of the top order predators in the seas.
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Answer Blue marlin are fish and have scales that end in one or two sharp points.
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More than 4400 species
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They eat small fish, zooplankton and phytoplanktonSalmon are carnivores and eat meat and protein products. In the wild, salmon may dine on zooplankton and small invertebrates. When they are grown, salmon can eat smaller fish, like herring, or the ship-like krill. Salmon kept in farms are usually fed…
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tern fish eat mullet fish
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Yes, they do eat seweed
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pandaca pygmeae at 10cm long (possibly called pygmy goby)
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No, fish are animals. If you eat fish, you are not following a totally vegetarian diet. However, there is a branch of vegetarianism where fish is eaten; the proponents of this diet are called pescatarians. More input No, vegetarians do not eat fish. If you do so you are not a vegetarian. We defi…
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COD is a fish. COD is also a great game on all platforms. you can kill people on it and heve great fun with your friends camping and anoying noobs. ^ 'Call Of duty' by the way well that's not obviouse is black ops is a sick game na mw3 is the best
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lined butterfly fish get eaten by by crab fish.
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It depends on where they live and the species of fish. Some eat other fish. Parrot fish eat corral. Some fish eat plankton. Sometimes sharks will eat almost any trash left out by uncaring people.
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Sea fish eat everything that a sea star would eat. They call them sea stars because thats a more scienctific name. Sea stars and sea fish are the same thing. Answer: clams and musels
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Salt water fish eat fish that are smaller than them then those fish eat zoo plankton then zooplankton eat phytoplankton. I have appreciated answering these questions so if you have anymore go to askanything.com Also, it really depends on the fish.
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Mahi-mahi, trout, minnow, grouper and others.
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Answer Halibut are bottom feeders and will eat whatever they can find. They love octopus but will bite on herring or any type of fish meat.
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no it doesnt have half human head,and whiting is common fish caught in Australian oceans
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i call them fish lets and guppies.
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Sea snails eat moss and some plants that grow in water. that is a true answer that is not a lie it has been looked up soo yeah
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plankton other fish and plant life
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The World's Fastest fish is the sailfish it swims faster then a shark and goes 68 MPH If you don't believe me go google search itFastest fish Sailfish 110 kph Marlin 80 kph Wahoo 78 kph Tunny 74 kph Bluefish Tuna 70 kph Great Blue Shark 69 kph Bonefish and Swordfish 64 kph Barracuda 58 kph …
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sometimes but not usually. I am speaking of Canadian geese. No. Geese are strictly herbivors.
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The sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus) is considered among the fastest, as individuals have been clocked at speeds of up to 110 kph (68 mph). Some estimates have been made of the black marlin (Makaira indica) moving at speeds up to 130 kph (80 mph). As these were based on line-taking speed, however,…
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no. only mosquito fish do.
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fish are developed with gills so they need water in order to breath.
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Other reef fishes.
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Answer flyingfish Scientifically speaking Fish of the family Exocoetidae.
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All fish live in water which has oxygen in it. But if the fish stays out of the water for more then a few minutes, they will die because fish have gills that absorb oxygen only when they are in water.
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Any ferocious marine fish of the genus Sphyraena having an elongated cylindrical body and large mouth with projecting lower jaw and long strong teeth. While dangerous to swimmers, the fact remains that barracudas are much less dangerous than sharks. Humans can be in grave danger is confronted w…
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There are two sea creatures commonly referred to as dolphins. One is the porpoise, which is a mammal and as such breathes air. Because they breathe air, they do not have gills. The other dolphin is a fish. Technical name: Coryphaena hippurus. It is also called Mahi-Mahi (Hawaiian) and Dorado. This i…
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They eat mostly algae and other sea plants.
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If you are caught by the Game Warden, you will probably be fined a couple hundred bucks. He can also have your fish released back into the lake.
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Puffer fish are a carnivore, and tend to be nocturnal hunters. They have to eat hard-shelled, meaty food in order to survive, including crabs, clams, snails, oysters, crayfish, cut up prawns and shrimp. They do not eat humans.
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Freswater fish are fish that live in fresh water, or not salt water. Some examples are trout like the brook, brown, cutthroat, tiger, golden, lake, rainbow, and splake. Certain Bass are freshwater too, smallmouth,largemouth, rock, Roanoke.
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Sharks, Whales, People, and bigger animals that have teeth eat Halibut
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Answer yes, mostly salmon Answer No they do not eat fish. Improved I just tried, i successfully fed comet goldfish to my pet mice and they seemed to enjoy.
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The saltwater model outboards are manufactured using stainless steel in areas that are prone to excessive corrosion. This is an added benefit with continuous saltwater operation.
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Answer You can use a lot of bait but what they favor the most is squid and clam stips but you can use other bait you should go fishing for bass in spring and you should be on a beach with waves.
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Bluefish eat herring, polycheates (marine worms), anchovies, shrimp, croakers and other foraging fish.
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Answer yes fish do eat seaweed what kind of fish eat seeweed?
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the parecula has 4 body parts 3 fins and the main body
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There isn't just 1 kind of food there are many different one and even those foods have their own variations. Some foods are passed down generation by generation evolving into new textures and flavors. For example curry, there are different kinds, eggplant curry, potato and pea curry and so on.
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A puffer fish eats plankton and algae that it gets while feasting Off of coral reefs
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There are many fish in the sea....
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Some fish can live out the of water. The mudskipper is an amphibious fish that has adapted to breath through its skin and throat as well as being able to walk using its pectoral fins. They still must live near an aquatic environment to survive, however. But no other fish can, however they still n…
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A baby shark is called a pup
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A baby fish is actually called a fry...which sounds weird when you put it together because its "fish fry" LOL
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zooplankton.
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