How Do Fish Digest Their Food?


A fish digests their food similar to how a human does. They consume the amount they need and absorb the essential nutrients. They then excrete the remaining food through feces.
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With a mouth, gut and stomach.
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Just like humans, marine life digest their food the same way. Some fish have stomachs and other do not. But they eat their foods, then the food travels to the stomach or intestines. Lastly, chemicals are released from the pancreas to help secrete their food.
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