How is a fish adapted to living in water?
they have gills to breathe, a streamline body for cutting through the water
Many of them also have a swim bladder which is a bladder filled with a gas, which enables them to neither sink nor float
2 ways that Fish are adapted to living in water are gills and fins, or scales ( streamline) and protected eyes.
A fish for example is adapted to living in water because it has fins for swimming, gills for respiration, scales and coloring for protection, and in many cases teeth for eating.
Fish are cold blooded animals that means their blood is as warm as their surroundings. Fish that are adapted to cold water are comfortable living in "the cold oceans"
Most types of fish are only adapted to living in one type of water. Most species of stickleback can adapt to salt, brackish, or fresh water.
No, they are adapted for living in deep water. The reduction in pressure would make them burst from the inside out.
Fish is adapted 2 live in water as it have gills instead of lungs 2 breathe in water,fins and flippers 2 propagate in water
If you look at land animals, most are adapted to their environment. It is the same for fish. Salt water fish can live and swim in the sea but they will live in places they are adapted to, like tropical water, shallow water or deep water. Some live living in coral reefs and others like the open water. One of the main differences for fish is how salty the water is. Some fish live in… Read More
Pond skaters are adapted to living on water especially in terms of the way that they move. They have feet that are able to glide over the surface of the water.
They have adapted to live in water. depends how big the fish is but they have gills and it depends what kind of fish it is
The bald eagle does not live in arid environments, unless there is a large body of water nearby. They feed primarily on fish.
Fish have gills to breathe in the water. they swim in the water and are adapted :D :D :D
they adapted by to water and climate and grasslands
No, freshwater fish are adapted to get rid of excess water from their bodies whilst conserving salt. Saltwater fish are adapted to get rid of excess salt from their bodies and conserve water.
Every living organism is adapted to a certain temperature range and other conditions; outside this range its metabolism is disturbed and cannot live.
Climbing perch, or walking fish, member of the labyrinth fish family, adapted to living in oxygen-depleted water or on dry land. Members of some species can remain out of water for several days and will even suffocate (drown) if held underwater.
Fish are adapted to their habitat in that they breathe through gills and do not have to surface to take in air. They are also adapted to their habitat in their coloring which helps them to hide among water plants.
yes they can if they are adapted to it
it will probably die :-(
A trout. :)
Amphibians can live in water or land environments, as long as the land environment is moist enough for them, while fish can only live in the water. Their gills are specifically designed to filter oxygen from the water.
Their bodies are shaped to help them move and be neutrally buoyant in water; fish have apparatuses (gills) that help them breathe in water.
They are adapted to living their entire lives in the water
Animals that are adapted to living in water or on land.
Salt water fish and fresh water fish are both adapted specifically to their environments. If a salt water fish is put in fresh water, the process of osmosis will flood the fish's cells with water, eventually killing it.
A heron is adapted to its environment because of what it eats. Herons eat fish, and they live near the water.
because they are adapted to the water and they cannot walk on land.
they arent because they cant breathe air
Some tropical fish need soft water and some need hard. Tropical simply refers to being from warmer waters. Other characteristics of water vary from location to location. For example, most tropical fish from South America are adapted to soft water, whereas tropical fish from the rift valley in Africa are adapted to hard water.
It depends, some living things have adapted to using minamal water. For us humans need water for our blood. Qwerman.
dert they eat and water they drink
the skin is thick and holds water
No, Betta fish are well adapted to living in low oxygen environments. An air pump can be used, but not required.
The structures that make the perch adapted for living in water are the gills, fins, and streamline-shaped body. All designed to survive in different waters (marine and fresh water).
By having gills which fliter sea water and get oxygen from it.
It has gills to breathe the water and fins to swim in it
One way in which the chaparral fauna have adapted is by requiring little water. They have adapted to being nocturnal creatures and have adapted to living conditions that are hot and dry.
South polar ocean. They are adapted to living in cold areas with a lot of fish to eat.
Yes there are fish that can breath out of water, and in fact some fish such as Betta's and 'lung fish' are adapted to do just that. There are many other species that can gulp air, such as the mud skippers.
They have external gills to filter oxygen from the water and they have tails which help them to swim.
Some fish are adapted to eat aquatic plants. That's just what they eat.
Because they have adapted to living in salt water.
By having long legs
A low pH level means that the water is acidic. The main thing to understand is that not all water is equal. Different water bodies (rivers, lakes, etc) have different water chemistry, and therefore a different pH. So various fish species have evolved to live in water with various pH levels. There are fish that are most comfortable at around 6.4, fish that are comfortable around neutral, and fish that are fine living in water… Read More
When evolution occurred, there might have been creatures who were a combination of birds and fish. Over time, some of these went to live in water, while others went to live in the sky. So, the water creatures adapted and became fish, and the sky creatures adapted and became birds. This is a common theory about the relevance of birds to fish, it's not my theory!
Many animals living in subtropical regions have adapted by becoming nocturnal. This allows them to avoid the hottest parts of the day. They also get most of their water from food. Plants have adapted to need little water.
Mammals,birds and reptiles are fully adapted to life on land. Fish live in water and amphibians start their life in water, then live on land.
Angler fish live in very deep water where there's hardly any light.
A cactus leaves get sunlight and they make photosynthesis and they get water from that and they save the water
water habitat is the place water animals live in it has things like: rocks, shelter, food, and of course water for the animals.It's like a land habitat only under water a habitat has special things for the animals like: water, food, shelter, air, and in most cases makes the animals living in them happy, so a water habitat is a place where plants and animals who have adapted to living under water (have gills, eat… Read More
Don't most fish either live in salt water or fresh water? They adapted to one or the other.