How many rids does a swordfish have?
Unfortunately, they generally don't. A female swordfish releases as many as 1 million eggs into water after fertilization, and they are kept afloat on the surface by means of a drop of oil surrounding their egg. Young swordfish typically have to fend for themselves. There have actually been many cases of a swordfish eating their own young (Cannibalism).
Exhaling - rids the body of the gases not absorbed by the lungs (carbon dioxide) Sweating(presperation) - Rids excess salts and minerals Urination(pee,urine) - Empties all the impurities filtered from the blood stream by the kidneys Bowel Movements (poo,faeces)- Rids all food matter not absorbed by the digestive system(in poo,faeces)
Size and Lifespan: Adult swordfish can grow to 177 inches in length and weigh up to 1,400 pounds. Females tend to be larger then males. Pacific swordfish are the largest of their kind. West Atlantic swordfish are no more then 700 pounds. Mediterranean swordfish weigh up to 500 pounds. Swordfish lifespan reaches 9 years, and they reach sexual maturity at around 5 years.