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What type of fish has bony skeletons?
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Asked in Science
What is the relationship between a shark and a lamprey?
Asked in Sharks
What animals have bony or cartilaginous skeletons?
Asked in Care of Fish, Fish
How are jawless cartiliginous and bony fish differemt?
Jawless fish and cartilaginous fish have cartilaginous skeletons, and bony fish have skeletons made from bone. Cartilaginous fish and bony fish both have jaws, paired appendages, and whole vertebrae, and jawless fish lack jaws, paired appendages, and often are without whole vertebrae. Cartilaginous fish can have scales or be naked, jawless fish are naked, and bony fish have scales. Bony fish have swim bladders, and cartilaginous fish do not. Jawless fish, cartilaginous fish, and bony fish all have fins, gills, and dorsal nerve cords that lead to a distinct brain. They all also have postanal tails and notochords.
Asked in Sharks
Why are cartilaginous fish called cartilaginous fish?
Asked in Fish, Zoology or Animal Biology
Hag fish is bony fish or cartilaginous?
Hagfish are cartilaginous, meaning their skeletons are made from cartilage. FALSE what the person just wrote is wrong. Hagfish are neither cartilaginous or bony fish. Although they have cartilage in their bodies, they belong to a third category called Jawless fish. Jawless, cartilaginous, and bony are the 3 types of fish.
Asked in Fish
Do fish exist?
No, the word "fish" is indiscriminately applied to separate classes of animals - ones with no backbones or jaws such as hagfish and lampreys, ones with bony skeletons such as eels and piranha and ones with cartilaginous skeletons such as sharks and rays. No Fish Do Not Exist There Is No Biological Definition Of A Fish!
Asked in Skeletal System
What type of animal does not have a bony skeleton?
Asked in Fish, Freshwater Fish, Bass (fish)
What is the type of fish that uncludes bass and trout?
What is the difference bony fish and cartilaginous and jawless fish?