Fish do not drink
I don't think fish drink- and If they do then they probably drink the water
Fish do not drink.
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All fish live in water, this may sound gross but fish drink there own water. water
fish dont drink salt water they just feel it
No fish drink water. They absorb it through osmosis in their gills
No fish actually drink water. They get what they need through a form of "osmosis".
They drink salt water, as they live in it.
Fish do not need to drink at all so they don't have the capacity to. So the answer is NO.
Since fish live in water they do not need to drink it as such they simply absorb what is needed.
cray fish drink the water they live in
puffer fish drink through there gills. so therefor they drink sea water
they dont drink
salt water fish either drink saltwater or get the water it needs through their food. In any case its need for water is mininmal.
Clown fish drink water. Clown fish are a fish that live in salt waters of the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
Fresh water fish do not drink water, they absorbed it through their skin, like osmosis. Sea water fish do drink water, and excrete the salt through their gills. The salmon, which lives in both in environments, gets its water like a fresh water fish when in fresh water and like a sea water fish when in the sea.
Fish live in water, bears prey on the fish and drink the water.
None. Freshwater fish passively gain water across their skin and must actively excrete large quantities of water as very dilute urine.
nothing, they dont drink O.O guessing they drink water xD
Fish breath through water but dont actually drink it. If you give your fish alcohol your fish it will become intoxicated and or die. So depending on the size of your fish depends on how much the fish can actually take. when in dought just pour till movement has stopped...
They eat fish and drink the water.
Yes. All animals need water. This includes fish.
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