Why Are Fish Streamlined?

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Fish are streamlined so that they can move at high speeds much of the time. They are capable of high bursts of speed and they are mostly predators. This allows them to easily catch prey. Laterally compresses fish are not very much streamlined but rely on their body shape, which is perfect for hiding.
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