What are three characteristics of bony fish?


One of the characteristics of a bony fish is the bony skeleton. The second is that they have a swim bladder, which is a gas-filled sac that helps them maintain buoyancy. The third is that they have a operculum for breathing.
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Bony fish have skeletons that are made of bone, but they also have a hard body plate called an operculum covering their gills, and they may also have spines in their fins.
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For the fishes, I would add, members of the family Mormyridae, many of which are known as "elephantfish" would rank at the top. They have the highest brain to body ratio
I think they share everything except an air bladder. Cartilaginous fish typically do not have an air bladder so they sink if they aren't swimming.
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Actinopterygians, or β€˜ray-finned fishes,’ are the largest and most successful group of fishes and make up half of all living vertebrates. More >>
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