What Do Fish Eggs Look like?

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Fish eggs are normally very long in size and they are normally laid at the bank of a river or a pond. They are yellow to gold in colour and they do not have shells. However, they are very sweet when cooked.
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Fish eggs look like little tiny peas that are surrounded by a jam substance. They are usually yellow and round. They will develop a tail and you will be able to see the black eyes before it starts looking like a fish.
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