Swordfish, like all vertebrates, have bilateral symmetry. This means they have symmetry across one plane (known as the sagittal plane, and directly down the centre of their body), which means one side of their body approximately mirrors the other side.
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the behavoriol adaptations of a swordfish help fellow swordfish communicate with each other to live
the Swordfish are not listed as an endangered species. the Swordfish are not listed as an endangered species.
Swordfish was the password at the bank to send all the money!
All swordfish have the same gender and can mate with any other swordfish. Swordfish have an extra sense that can tell which way north is. Swordfish will attempt to mate with fish that have artificial "swords" attached to them. Swordfish don't have scales.
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no it was made in 1939
a swordfish can swim do summer salt
the swordfish has live babys
The swordfish are fish.
NO! swordfish have no scales!
the sword on a swordfish is called a beakfemale swordfish have gonads
the boy swordfish has sex with the girl swordfish and the comes the lil kid
The swordfish. No it is not the swordfish but the sailfish.
No it si a fish swordfish you retart
Killer Whales eat Swordfish
No A swordfish eats fish for energy.
a group of swordfish are, swordies. :P
Yes, a swordfish is a vertebrate as it has a backbone.
The plural of swordfish is swordfish. Occasionally, swordfishes may be used, but the former is more correct.
Adult swordfish can weigh up to 1,400 pounds. West Atlantic swordfish are no more then 700 pounds. Mediterranean swordfish weigh up to 500 pounds.
you can find a swordfish in warm and temperate oceans.
"Swordfish" was released in 2001.
Full grown swordfish have no teeth.