Where do sword fish live?
Swordfish are found in warm and temperate oceans worldwide. While breeding they have been found as far north as Nova Scotia.
sword fish live at he bottom of the sea so that humans do not kill them.
the zone that they live in. the zone that they live in.
Usually, any fighting fish (Beta), male or female can peacefully live with any other species of fish such as pladies and guppies and sword fish and angelfish.
They all swim and live underwater
sword fish :)
Xiphias are sword fish ( live under water ) by babiigurll (Nikki BRADLEY) ♥
The fastest water animal is the dolphin, but the fastest fish is the sail fish, not a sword fish.
Because sword fish cannot live without salt water,as they are 80% salt and 20% water ! :)
Sword fish eat guppies. they make a ca bob on their mouth.
The sword fish came into being in the beginning of time in Eden.
The sword fish attacks by lunging its long nose (the "sword" of the fish) at the predator or prey. It basically stabs at the victim to wound it or scare it away.
Well... they kive in both sunlight zone and twilight zone
falcon, because a falcon is a bird.
A sword fish is a fish due to it having gills, and a bone structure, unlike a shark that has cartilage, or a mammal that has lungs.
No, sword fish is not kosher as it does not have the easily removed scales required by the laws of kashrut.
Yes. It uses the sword on the end of it's nose to catch smaller fish which it eats.
sword-fish, sword-bird, and letter opener
yes, they sometimes stab eachother when they swim around, it isn't very smart but they do it, this is because their brain is located in the sword and is therefor very retarted!!!, as you can see this is a legitimate answer!!!
yes needle fish are almost sword fish.
no.... bony fish are like... salmon & stuff
it is a fish (sword fish)
a gar is similar looking.
A swordfish is a fish
a sword fish is just that; a fish
How do swordfish hunt Well when they see the there pray they hide and let them past by and the hit them in the side with the sword of the heads?
The swordfish uses its 'sword' to swim into a school of fish. Then, he slashes his sword at the fish, causing the fish to be all slashed up.
Sword fish arent mammals therefore they do not give bearth to live, they lay eggs.
Jellyfish, Clown fish, Starfish, Hammer Head Shark, Sea Horse, Killer Whale, Angel fish, Sword fish, Bottle Nose Dolphin, and Sea Turtle.
No they do not.
Squid, small fish
carnivores they eat other fish
Yes, its a fancy bone or tooth sticking out the nose.
cray fish sword fish flounder bream barramundi
they eat trout,spotted grouper,
Large sharks like the Mako
Yes, it is a deep blue fish with a sword-like nose.
Not all tropical fish lay eggs. Some, such as tiger barbs and daninos do lay eggs, while others such as guppies and sword-tails give live birth.
The swordfish is the fastest sea creature
people, thresher sharks, spinner sharks, basically any shark that is in the same coastal waters as a sword fish written by: Rob
sword fish are named after their bill.they also called it a sword because they have a long jaw they lose their teeth when thy become an adult.sword fish often hunt fish that are schools.
No, that would be the Sailfish with an approximate speed of 68mph.
The taxonomic name of the Swordfish is "Xiphias gladius".
sword fish 576 miles per hr.
Swordfish primarily eat smaller fish, especially schooling species like sardines and pilchards. They are fast swimming fish which live in the open ocean and are thus known as pelagic predators. They are one of the top order predators in the seas.
Xiphophoros helleri, the green swordtail fish, is in the family Poecilidae. Members of this family are live bearers, meaning they do not lay eggs. However, gestation period of a swordtail fish is 30-40 days.
If you are refering to the marine swordfish (Xiphias gladius) they mature at around 4 or 5 years old and could probably live for over 20 years in the wild.
Through its gills.
a sword fish is a vertebrae
Humans eat swordfish