Difference between Saltwater Fish Freshwater Fish?

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The difference between saltwater fish and freshwater fish is in the level of salinity the fishes live in. Freshwater fish live in a fresh water lakes and rivers, while saltwater fish live in salty waters such as oceans or salt lakes. The environment the fish lives in is a major factor on the type of fish.
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