because they are blue
Yes, and many other local names.
No- dolphins are bigger, and bluegills and dolphins do not live in the same place.
Bluegills normally spawn in late April in the south, later in the north. June in New York and points north.
They Have scales.
On rare occasions, bluegills can reach up to nearly five pounds, but normally average less than one pound.
Behind that prepositon.
on a blue fish
No they are not but they may try to chase you away from their nesting area. Bluegills have no teeth, so they cannot break skin if they swim at you with their mouth open.
the owls babies are called owlets
they're called babies!
They eat small insects
just called babies or infants.
six babies are called sextuplets
Coyote babies are called pups.
Mole babies are called pups.
Baby Bluegills will eat water fleas and rotifers. Adults will eat insect larvae, small fish, and worms. In scarce conditions, they'll eat plant matter and sometimes resort to eating their own babies and eggs.
They are about 3 to 6 inches long.
the weight of a bluegill is 0.2 pounds
Doctors who deliver babies are called obstetricians.
Bottlenose dolphin babies are called calves