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Fish are vertebrates, their skeleton is made up of bones or cartilage. All fish have extremities in the form of fins and their bodies are covered in scales. During this educational video dedicated to children in primary, we will discover that fish reproduce by laying eggs and breath through their gills. Almost all fish are carnivores, eating other fish smaller than themselves.
The largest fish in the world is the Whale Shark. Even though it is called a whale shark it is a shark and not a whale. Whales and dolphins are not fish, but aquatic mammals, don’t forget that.
As you already know fish as well as many other animals, live in water… Water is a source of life and we must take care of it and protect it well. By looking after nature we are helping all living creatures to be able to live happily.
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