How does a clown fish grow from a baby to an adult?
- It eats food.
- It grows
- Its an adult
They have to grow up and be adult before they can breed
The largest known species of Clown fish can grow up to 7.1 in.
three year for a baby giraffe to grow into an adult
they can grow up to 20 feet in length
They grow very slowly and very aggressively. they do tent to mature in temperament although there are many type of clown fishes, each have different temperament. By Nishaharan
They do grow up. But as an adult. THey do not grow in stages. It is just baby, kid, adult. BUt only if you have the baby it will grow. If you add them in the "create a family" it will not.
yes but a adult tooth cant grow in place of an adult tooth
It's that way they really don't grow under baby teeth you lose the baby tooth and the adult one comes in
yes they do grow i had a baby one and it grew into an adult and had a baby. by chelsie
yes they have to grow bones in order to grow from baby to adult
Adult betta fish, specifically the males, will grow in the majority of their fins as juveniles. When you see bettas in the stores for sale, they are typically around 2 years old already since it takes time for their full finnage to appear.
A newborn baby has around 300 bones. A baby has 300 bones at birth. As they grow older the small bones grow together unil finaly as as an adult there are 206. A baby has about 300 bones at birth. As they grow small bones grow together and as an adult you have 206 bones.
they grow the hair on their neck and get bigger
Baby teeth are made of bones that grow larger and as they grow older they become adult teeth.
jus grow wid ya mom
No u don't get ur baby teeth back u then grow ur adult teeth !
When they are 19months old
no but im stuck on the part after your baby learns the body parts
It takes about 43 days for a baby to be an adult
They Grow and Develop. Like Humans and other Animals do.
Unfortunately there isn't any clown fish (Nemo) look alike that exists. The closest you may get with something stripey that is fresh water (but they are black & orange) would be a clown loach, but they need very large tanks (at least a 75 gallon) as they grow pretty big, and they are a more advanced hobbyist fish.
How come when you pull out your baby teeth they grow back but when you pull out your adult teeth they dont grow back?
I believe this is because your adult teeth are there all the time and just move up to replace your baby teeth. It is not that adult teeth suddenly start growing when your baby teeth fall out. If an adult tooth is lost, there is nothing there to replace it.
Baby teeth fall out between the ages of sis and twelve. Then adult teeth grow in.
Minnows are just baby fish that will grow up to be larger.
No Clown fish are good with guppies although it is possible to keep clown loaches (Botia macrocantha) and Guppies together for a while. Don't forget though that Botias are shoaling fish so they should be kept in groups. They also grow to around 14inches long so need a large tank.
clown fish can grow as big as 5 inches (13 cm) and as small as 2 inches.
you can out in 4 baby goldfish or any other fish except larger breeds of fish that can grow very long and only 1 adult goldfish in a 10 gallon tank 10 inches of fish if it is tropical fish 15 if it is a cold water tank
itdepends on which sims your talking about the sims 2 for playstation you cant have children the sims life stories you can have children that can GROW INTO ADULTS,if you start the sim as a baby you can grow into a toddler after the baby stage then child then teenager,and then you can become a adult
First they are eggs. Then they hatch into a tadpole. They look like a fish but with a big head. They are dark in color. Then in a month or 2 they grow into baby frogs that are way amaller than the adult but they will still have a tail for a while. Then the tail will grow so short that it is almost gone.
Well, sadly on that game your baby doesn't grow up to be an adult! When it learns how to walk, the baby will stay at that mode. :(
well their moms make them and then they grow then they find a mate and make babies. is that what you mean?
Fish do not take care of their young. Young fish hatch and swim away. Some become food for larger fish ( feeder fish) and others escape to grow up.
It is very possible
there body's get longer, shed skin and grow
about 1 year or so
at two years old
It depends weather you are a baby or a adult. Baby=300 bones Adult=206 bones P.S.-They fuse together when you grow up.
I've heard they don't grow as much, they stay under 7lb they grow from a small baby to a small adult.
Tadpoles aren't fish, but baby frogs. They grow legs and lose their tails later.
If the fish is a baby and it grows then the scales expand and grow to match the fish's body.
All baby teeth are deciduous (they fall out) and do not grow back. However, after they fall out, they are typically replaced by the permanent "adult" teeth. Sometimes, though, the baby teeth don't fall out. And sometimes, the adult teeth don't grow in. But "normally" a child will lose all their teeth and they will be replaced by their permanent teeth.
Dentists recommend that you grow out all your baby teeth and grow in new adult teeth because it would be a waste to straighten baby teeth if they're just gonna fall out anyway. Wait until your adult teeth grow in to get braces since adult teeth are pretty much your permanent teeth.
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A baby horse is a foal. Foals grow to become adult horses.
Same as a hamster or mouse
A chick is a young bird! An elephant is a mammal. So unless 'magic' is involved, a chick will never grow into an adult elephant.
Corydoras are adult and fully grown at about 12 months.
Depends on the specific type of clownfish. Some around 5.5 inches and others up to 8+ inches.
Fish, unlike mammals, continue to grow throughout their lives. When fish hatch, they eat only to grow as this is paramount to their survival. Their life cycle is as follows: egg, embryo, larva, juvenile, adult, senescence.