Yes, there is. A shark can blink with both eyes.
Some sharks can. Yes sharks are fish.
It's a mAko shark not moko
Yes. All animals blink their eyes.
Some fish do blink and some don't some fishes like sharks do blink.
They don't blink the reason is They don't have eyelids
Even though sharks are among very few fish which have eyelids, they do not blink. Most species of sharks have special nictitating membranes which go over their eyes to protect them when they are hunting or under attack.
No. Generally, fishes do not have eyelids. Some shark species do but they do not blink.
Are you in mr. fannings clas at p-ton. it is a shark. Im in it too.
No, not really. Few breeds can with one eye. Only one breed can with both eyes. Most fish i dont think even have eyelids!
No, no fish can blink because they have no eyelids. We blink to regain moisture in our eyes and wash away dirt, but they are surrounded by moisture and water, so there is no need to blink. However, the are a few that have a nictitating membrane (also called the third eyelid) that they "blink". This "third eyelid" is used to protect the eyes.
No i don't think so Most sharks do blink.
No, because blinking means closing your eyes.So if you blink with your eyes open, than that technically is not blinking.
Fish do not blink.
they have eyes.........they blink
They don't have eyelids and the reason why people blink is because we have to wet our eyes,but, they live under water so they're eyes are always wet.
Sharks lack eyelids, and so they cannot blink using either eye.Some sharks can blink.yes
Why do fish blink
yes of course, all animals blink, including fish. Fish don't blink. i mean i dont think so, they live in water so i would imagine their eyes would always be moist.
fish cant blink at all. They dont have eyelids.