Nope. It's a saltwater bay
A bay is a body of water bordered on 3 sides by land, and by definition the "4th side" is the ocean. Whether it is saltwater or freshwater will depend on where the water is from. If the bay is of an ocean, it will be of saltwater. If it is of a freshwater lake or river, it will be of freshwater.
The Bay of Bengal is the largest bay in the world. It is an extension or part of the Indian Ocean and all oceans are filled with saltwater.
The James River is mostly a freshwater river. It begins at Iron Gate, Virginia and ends in the Chesapeake Bay after winding back and forth through Virginia.
James Bay is an extension of the ocean, meaning that it is saltwater.
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they are both saltwater and freshwater
They live IN FRESHWATER. They CAN live in saltwater, but they need freshwater to drink.
Saltwater is undrinkable Freshwater is drinkable
The Persian Gulf is saltwater, not freshwater.
Saltwater has a higher density than freshwater.
Hmmmmm well i think that saltwater fish live in saltwater and freshwater fish llive in freshwater!
In saltwater. In saltwater.
Freshwater and saltwater meet at the mouths of rivers that flow into the sea.
The most common codfish is saltwater, but some are freshwater
freshwater and saltwater
In a freshwater environment it is clean and in a saltwater it has salt.
There are freshwater drum, and saltwater drum species.
Islands exist in both bodies of saltwater and bodies of freshwater.