What Makes a Fish a Fish?

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A fish is considered a fish when it is cold blooded, it is an aquatic vertebrae, and it has fins. It also has to pass oxygenated water over gills. You can find more information here: http://www.oceansforyouth.org/whats-that/ftr0504.html
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Cichlids share only a few key traits, one of which can be identified by examining their jaws: Cichlids have teeth in both their upper and lower jaws. The fish use these teeth to process
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Some fish give birth to live babies such as the guppy and the molly. Other fish lay eggs on the bottom of the water, which later hatch with very little assistance from the parents.
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I don't know what kind of fish you have because I can't see it. You might try looking up different fish species to see what you have. There are thousands of different fish types.
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Penguins eat all kinds of fish, pretty much any that happen to be around. SOme of their most common meals are suid, krill, and lantern fish.
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