What Is the Difference in Fish Skeletal Structure from the Most Primitive to More Advanced Types?


There are many differences in the skeletal structures of fish from the most primitive to the more advanced types, such as the bony plates on the head of the shark and sturgeon.
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Primitive fish (class Chondrichthyes) will have a cartilagenous skeleton. More modern species (class Osteichthyes) will have a bony skeleton.
primitive fish are ones that have more skeleton weres advanced types tend to be more of muscles.
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