Fish are gill-bearing aquatic vertebrates which lack limbs with digits. Fish are usually covered with scales, and have two sets of paired fins, and several unpaired fins.
Fish anatomy is the study of the form or morphology of fishes. It can be contrasted
with fish physiology, which is the study of how the component parts of fish ...
External Fish Anatomy. The following illustration of a largemouth bass shows
some of the common external features that are used to describe the differences ...
Fish - Anatomy. Fish are vertebrates, meaning they have a backbone. All fish
have fins and most have scales (with a few exceptions, like catfish which do not).
Here are the types of fish
fins and where they are located:
Pectoral fins: a fin on each side of the fish
, near its head
Pelvic fins: a fin on each side of the fish
, on the underside near its head
Depending on where they are located, a fish's
fins may be used for stabil... More »
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Fish Anatomy. Anatomy/Physiology. Definition of terms: Anterior (cranial) toward
the head; Posterior (caudal) toward the tail; Cranial head region; Caudal ...
Body Shape Generally fish are "torpedo shaped" with rounded nose, a thicker
middle and a tapered tail. The shape of the fishes body is very important to how it
Although different fish species have different appearances, the function of their
outside body parts (external anatomical features) is similar. Also, the outside ...
anatomy of a perch click to hear. Perch: snub-nosed bony freshwater fish with an
oval body and a spiny dorsal fin; the flesh of this fish is highly valued. anatomy ...