A fish swims with its fins.
In the example sentence, "Which fish in the aquarium swims the fastest?", the noun "fish" may be singular or plural. The noun "aquarium" is singular.The noun "fish" is an uncountable (mass) noun as a word for a food substance, but can be used as a count noun (fish, fishes) as a word for the creature (creatures).Example: How many fish are in your aquarium?Or: How many fishes are in your aquarium? (both sentences are correct)
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a gold fish swims in a fish tank or the sea.It Swims I The Water And Eats Fish Food
pipe fish seahorse.
The fish swims.
swims for it, fish
because it swims
Yes, most fish are just aquatic based fish that swim such as a catfish.
When a frog is a tadpole, it swims. Even when a frog is an adult, it swims, like a fish does.
The sailfish is the fastest fish.
The fastest water animal is the dolphin, but the fastest fish is the sail fish, not a sword fish.
the force of the water on the fish
Like all other fish it swims.
A trout is a fish so it swims
it is a fish, so obviously it swims