The plural form of the noun catfish, a word for a living thing, is catfishes.
The noun catfish, a word for a food substance, is an uncountable noun.
In the United States, catfish have many nicknames. Some of them are mud cat, or polliwog or chucklehead. The nicknames are generally regional, and may change from area to area.
They are generally called schools. People in some areas call the group a knot of catfish or a ball of catfish.
Vertebrate is a category called a subphylum. Catfish belong to this subphylum or group. A catfish is a vertebrate.
The catfish belongs to a diverse group of ray-finned fish, order Siluriformes.
A male catfish
Catfish whiskers are called barbels.
A mother catfish is called a fry
Catfish do have children, but they are not called kittens. The catfish got its name by the whiskers it.
Catfish do have whiskers which are called barbels and they help the fish find food
Translation: bagre OR siluro (for a giant catfish)Note that in Spain, catfish is not commonly sold and a completely different fish with a similar taste called pangasius (called panga in Spanish) is far more readily available.
They are simply called "male" and "female".
No. Catfish are a very diverse group of bony fish. Named for their prominent barbels which represent cat whiskers. Which is where they get the name, catfish.