Most fish have scales on their bodies. Some do not have scales. Eels and catfish do not have scales.
Catfish and tuna don't have scales.
they have no scales but if they do have scales they have very few on their body
yeah, Catfish have no scales at all. They feel really wierd and fleshy
Most fish do in fact have scales, even some with scales that are nearly microscopic in size; many catfish however do not have scales, they have armour plating, but not scales.
Because it doesn't have fins and scales (See Deuteronomy ch.14). Specifically, it does not have scales. Catfish, like adult swordfish, have a skin, which is formed by one continuous surface as opposed to scales, which we can see on tuna and salmon.
no not exactly they are actually kind of like catfish there smooth
Catfish. Sharks don't have scales either. Both have a tough, rubbery mucous membrane that insulates their tissues.
Fish that do not have scales include catfish, sharks, rays, skates, moray eels, blennies, hagfish and lampreys
Are you asking about this because of the law in the old testament regarding kosher eating? some fish that have scales are salmon, trout, tuna, talapia. catfish do not have scales