Fish are cold-blooded animals which live and breathe in water. All fish are vertebrates (have a backbone), and most breathe through gills and have fins and scales. Fish make up about half of all known vertebrate species. Fish have been on the earth for more than 500 million years. Fish can come in different sizes, shapes, and colors. When fish are threaten, they swim away quickly or can blend in with their surroundings.
Also, in the wild they feast on live fish, insects, larvae and crustaceans. All fish require some amount of protein; however a carnivore’s diet should be made up of 45% to 70% protein. In addition to proteins, these fish also need some fats to insulate the body, and small amounts of carbohydrates to provide energy. reference the link below to find more out about the diet of a fish.
Question 1: How do fish survive from their predators?
Question 2: What is the name of the part of the fish that help them to breathe under water?
Question 3: What is the life expectancy of a fish?
Question 4 Explain what is a fish normal diet, Be Specific.