Did algonquians use fish bones to make sewing needles?
yes they did back in the day the algonquians did use fish bones to make sewing needles because they were so sharp and pointy
As a general rule fish have more bones in the skull than humans. There are exceptions. If elasmobranchs (sharks, skates, rays) no bones, only cartilage. Some of the extinct fish had a very great many bones. A few of the advanced teleosts have a syncranium with very few bones. And so, the answer is; generally the fish have more bones in the skull than humans but it depends on what fish you are talking about.
Talapia Fish DO have bones. Most of the time, Talapia bought at most stores already have the bones already taken out. But sometimes, Talapia can be bought as a whole fish with bones and all. Of course, i don't see why you would want to eat a fish with the bones in anyway, that would just ruin the Dinner ;) Hope this helps