How Do Fish Hear?

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Fish have good hearing. The ears are on the inside and they hear through vibration. They also have a lateral line that runs through their body and picks up vibration as well.
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A fish's hearing structure is composed of otoliths and the lateral line system. These two parts compose the octavo-lateralis line, which help fish with balance and hearing. For a
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Fish
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class:
Fish are gill-bearing aquatic vertebrates which lack limbs with digits. Fish are usually covered with scales, and have two sets of paired fins, and several unpaired fins.
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