Gill slits are individual openings to gills, i.e., multiple gill arches, which lack a
single outer cover. Such gills are characteristic of cartilaginous fish such as
Shark gills. Sharks have 5-7 pairs of gill slits located on the sides of their heads.
They breathe through these gill slits.
Respiration. Gills and respiration. Just as bony fish, cartilaginous fish use gills to
take up oxygen from the water. They are carried by the pharyngeal arches and ...
A shark has several pairs of gills on either side of its head, unlike other fish who
only have one gill on each side. You probably breathe through your nose and ...
Shark Gills is an item in Don't Starve: Shipwrecked DLC. It is obtained by killing
Sharks use their gills to absorb oxygen from the water. Most sharks have five gill
slits on each side of their body, behind the mouth and above the pectoral fins.
Apr 19, 2016 ... Skates are “cartilaginous fish,” along with sharks and rays, which means their
gills are protected by skin flaps. Those flaps in turn are held up by ...
Examine the photographs of the gill pouches of the spiny dogfish shark by
clicking the blue lettered links in the column to the right. The specimen in the ...
Seven Gill Sharks - Notorynchus cepedianus. Photo by PSRF. DESCRIPTION. 7-
gill sharks are distinguished by being the only shark species to have 7 gill slits.
HOW DO SHARKS BREATHE? Beneath the gills are tiny blood vessels that
extract oxygen out of the water as it passes over them. Most shark species