Do Fish Have Backbones?

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Fish do have backbones hence they are considered to be vertebrates. They also are cold-blooded, have fins and are covered with skills. Fish respire using their gills and they use fins to maintain their position and swim.
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Fish, like all other vertebrates, have bones to support their muscles, retain body shape, and protect internal organs. The backbone is very important because it protects the spinal
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Fish have scales to protect their skin from parasites, natural damage, and in some cases, modified scales are used for protection from predators. Scales often flake off and are replaced
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I caught a. bass in my pond with a curved spine. We catch many fish like this in middle Georgia. They seem healthy but look strange. There are a variety of causes for fish to have
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Caudal comes from the Latin word "cauda, which means "tail. So when an animal is caudated, it has a tail. Different species of fish can be identified partly due to the shape
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