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What is the difference between fish and fishes?
Tadpoles are the young of amphibians such as frogs and toads. Fish are a completely different species of animal who spend most if not all of their lives in water. There are si…milarities between tadpoles and fish but they are completely different species.
sharks - have rows of teeth, no scales, can't stop swimming & can't swim backwards, need constant water flow over gills, cartilage - no bone, oily liver instead of a swim …bladder, can sense electricity (ex:heart beat) & vibrations in water, gill slits - no gill cover, eggs fertilized inside females body. fish - 1 set of teeth or none at all, can hover & swim backwards, most are bony, swim bladder, can't sense electricity, covered gill slits, eggs usually fertilized in water.
well iwould liek to say what type of question is that a human is a mamal a fish is an aquatic creature .........fish breath through gills what do we as humans breath thr…ough, can human's live inwater...? abasolutley not! Fish live in water and humans live on land. This is the main difference. The similarities, however, may be more interesting. Both belong to a group of animals called vertebrates. There was a time before the dinosaurs when the predominant life forms were fishes. Both fish and humans have a brain and spinal cord, Also ribs and a skull with a brain.
Not really a whole lot, actually, except for some external differences. Both birds and fish share most of the same organs and cellular structure - they have backbo…nes, hearts, lungs, brains, eyes, etc etc. They move, eat, digest, excrete waste, and are egg-bearing reproducers. Birds, for the most part have feathers and fly, and breath air, while fish have scales, swim in water, and get oxygen from their gills, but other than those three visual differences, birds and fish are very much alike. There's even cellular spots on a fish, for example, that correspond to ears on a bird. And the bones in a fish fin are very very similar to bones in a bird's wing. Now, if you think about it...you'll start to see the connections that all living things have with each other - once you make the jump from single-celled organisms to multi-cellular living things, we all share many many more similarities and characteristics than there are small minor differences between us. We all have an inner fish.
They have gills, fins, and tails they also swim and have at least 1 color. Also they cannot survive without water.
Seafood refers to every single organism living in "sea environment" that is consumed as a food source by human beings. Fish refers to a family of organism with certain mutual… characteristics(such as scales, type of brain/flesh color/ basic internal organs).
the difference is a cat has fur is a mammle and has legs a fish has scales fins and lives in water
Spear fishing is done with a spear & regular is done with a rod/reel w/ fishing line & you catch the fish on a hook with bait.
fish have scales and crabs have a shell
harvesting is on ground and fishing is in water
I think you mean 'mammals'. And the answer is a lot, considering most mammal ancestors evolved from the first fish. For instance, mammals are often covered in hair, have fou…r limbs and produce milk to feed young. Fish, on the other hand, are covered in scales, have a fused single tail and outerlining fins, and mostly leave young to fend for themselves (that is if they don't eat them first in some cases).
Fish are a type of animal. Mammals have internal lungs similar to humans with which they breathe. Fish have external gills so they can breathe underwater. They also have dif…ferent skeletal compositions, allowing animals to walk on land and fish to be buoyant under water.
A fish has gills and fins, which frogs dont Fish are groouped in fishes while frogs are anphibians.
Whales Are Mammals, Fish Are Not
Fish is a creature which swims in water and butterfly is a creature which in fly near the ground in air :D
A star fish is not a fish and it does have the word fish in it but its not a fish. A fish is an aquatic vertebrate with an internal skeleton of bone or cartilage and… usually a relatively complex central nervous system. Fish move mostly by swimming through the water. Most fish have bilateral symmetry, meaning they are symmetrical across one line running from front to back, though some fish lack any symmetry. As vertebrates, they are in the phylum chordata. A star fish is an invertebrate in the phylum echinodermata. They do not have any sort of internal skeleton and have a simple nervous system. They move very slowly, crawling across the sea floor on hundreds of tiny feet. Like most echinoderms, starfish are radially symmetrical, with five or more lines of symmetry.
what is the difference between fish farming and a fishing