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How many bladders in the body?
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"In the pine family with air bladders, what purpose do the air bladders serve"?
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What year did bladders start in a hot water heater?
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Why can't we hold our pee?
Asked in Fish
When your fish died why did it sink?
When a fish is alive it swims by moving its fins and tail rapidly, this keeps them from sinking. But as we know when a fish is dead it no longer controls its body and there fore no longer swims, and as was just stated brings to the conclusion that when a fish is dead it no longer floats because it is no longer swimming. Also, a fish doesn't have any air bladders that would keep them afloat as kelp do. After death the air bladders shall allow the dead organism (a fish) to stay afloat until along with the body the air bladders decompose and release the air and let the dead body to sink. But again, fish do not have air bladders so when they die they shall simply sink.