Why do you have different fishes in the Philippines?
There are many Fishes in the Philippines because the Philippines is surrounded by water and the Phillippines is an archepelago so, there are many different kinds of fishes in the Philippines.
Albert W. Herre has written: 'Philippine fish tales' -- subject(s): Fishes 'Stories of Philippine fishes' -- subject(s): Fishes, Juvenile literature 'The fishes of the Herre Philippine Expedition of 1931' -- subject(s): Fishes 'A review of the halfbeaks or Hemiramphidae of the Philippines and adjacent waters' -- subject(s): Fishes, Halfbeaks 'English and local common names of Philippine fishes' -- subject(s): Fishes, Nomenclature (Popular)
That depends on the fish, or fishes. If you have two fishes of the same species, for example two catfish, you say that you have two fish. The plural possessive form of fish is fish's. If you have two fishes of different species, for example a guppy and a catfish, you say that you have two fishes. The plural possessive form of fishes is fishes'.
The term fishes refers to more than one species of fish, as in "There are many species of fishes." That said you could have any of the combination. School of fish - a group of fish made up of a single species, School of fishes - a group of fishes made up of more than one species. Shoal of fish - group of fish of the same species moving in roughly the same direction. Shoal…
.. the answer here is that the Philippines is a good fishing ground because of it's location .. The Philippines is located almost at the middle of the Pacific oceans and this is where most of the Coral Reefs are located. The fishes are here all the time .. .. from a Marikina Science High School Student ..