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Catfish have adapted to their habitat in several ways. Catfish have a really good sense of smell, their whiskers help them to feel around in the low depths of the ocean, and they have also adapted to needing less light to live.

Although catfish have what looks like whiskers, they are actually barbels. The barbells have taste receptors on them, so a catfish can find food in it's natural, murky habitat.

The red tailed catfish can grow upto 5 feet in length depending on its habitat and how the fish is fed.

Catfish find their food overwhelmingly by smell - they have very poor eyesight. When fishing for catfish, the most foul smelling, disgusting bait you can come up with will give you the best results, as a rule.

well an albino catfish is just a white catfish ( can't remember Latin name ) witch is most similar to channel catfish ( still can't remember Latin name ) but no spots and white there habitat is in the south virgina to Texas and not in Florida so in lake murry probably common

bullheads, channel catfish, flathead catfish, and blue catfish.

The biggest catfish is the Mekong catfish

well a blue catfish and a channel cat is to different species of catfish but there are both male and female blue catfish and Channel catfish

Catfish can swim. Some Amazonian catfish can eat people

Catfish are mostly nocturnal with the exception of the Glass Catfish

Habitat - Most common in big rivers and streams. Prefers some current, and deep water with sand, gravel or rubble bottoms. Channel catfish also inhabit lakes, reservoirs and ponds. They adapt well in standing water where stocked.For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section indicated below.

There are many fish in the catfish family, but here is a list of select species:Blue catfish - Ictalurus furcatatusChannel catfish - Ictalurus punctatusWhite catfish - Ameiurus catusFlathead catfish - Pylodictis olivarisWels catfish - Silurus glanisStriped eel-catfish - Plotosus lineatusGlass catfish - Kryptopterus bicirrhisBlack walking catfish - Clarias angolensisStringing catfish - Heteropneustes fossilisElectric catfish - Malapterurus electricusBlotched upsidedown catfish - Synodontis nigriventrisPictus cat - Pimelodus pictus

a goonch catfish has teeth and a piraiba catfish doesn't but it has a surated mouth.

There are over 2000 species of catfish (order: Siluriformes), thus making them one of the largest fish orders. They vary greatly in body shape, pattern, and scale configuration. Catfish come from all types of environments in both fresh and salt water. Catfish belong to 34 families. Thirteen families are covered in this book. They include: the Aspredinidae (Banjo catfish), the Ariidae (Sea catfish), the Auchenipteridae (Driftwood catfish), the Callichthyidae (Armored catfish), the Chacidae (Squarehead catfish), the Doradidae (Thorny catfish), the Loricariidae (Suckermouth armored catfish), the Malapteruridae (Electric catfish), the Mochocidae (Naked catfish), the Pangassidae, the Pimelodidae (Flat-nosed catfish), the Schilbeidae (Glass catfish), and the Siluridae (Old-world catfish).

why do catfish not have scales?

A catfish is an omnivor

Not entirely.Most catfish species are freshwater. Though some catfish, like Hardhead catfish are saltwater catfish. Some catfish species can live in both fresh and salt water.

some species are but some like blue catfish, channel catfish, flathead catfish, and bullheads are edible and delicious.

Because the catfish has whiskers just like a pet cat does.

The catfish that I have caught and cleaned do not have teeth.... These are fresh water catfish.....

There are many fish in the catfish family, but here is a list of selected common species; Blue catfish-Ictalurus Furcatatus, Channel catfish-Ictalurus Punctatus, White catfish-Ameiurus Catus, Flathead Catfish-Pylodictis Olivaris.

The catfish is actually Unique.

Catfish in Tagalog is "hito"

Yes, catfish are consumers.

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