Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Fish


True Wild Life | Fish | Fish are found in every ocean, lake, river and stream in all corners of the globe, in many sizes, colours and species. Most fish (depending on size) tend to eat plankton in the water, insects and smaller fish.


Fish respire through gills in the sides of their heads, allowing the fish to breath underwater. Fish return to the water surface for air at varying intervals. The electric eel fish can go for up to 10 minutes without resurfacing for air.


Due to the bright colours of fish, and the fact that fish are extremely peaceful animals, many people today now keep all kinds of fish in tanks and ponds.

23 comments:

Olive said...

i love wildlife to!! i cannot wait till your next post. the images are so good and show you the animal very clearly. the information is very precise and i understand a lot more about fish. thanks to your blog! :)

Me said...

Did you use 'webs' to make this website? I use it all the time and it looks luike one of thier layouts. Good post, i needed info on fish for my homework so thanks.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

wow that is cool

rose said...

i love fish i love it it is cool very,very cool yeah

birdy said...

Lovely creatures indeed! The fish species you showed here are very beautiful. Before I was interested only in eating fish, but now I would love to keep them in my house.

kodytehdog said...

The Best Fish Pictures I Have Ever Seen

xochipillienglish said...

I´m always looking up for things like this.... my blog is about learning english..... I will post one of those if you like ....

suceputra said...

www.sigunsa.com - All about pets you can find here. Some tips of taking your cat, dog, rabbit, hamster, etc.

Anonymous said...

hahaha the 1st one looks funny

Abdul Basit said...

Very interesting post admin. I really like your blog so much. I also started a blog like you have, http://wildlifeanimalz.blogspot.com.

Anonymous said...

there so cool looking

Fish said...

Fish itu artinya ikan. Kalau fish farming artinya budidaya ikan. Sorry,comment nya pake bahasa indonesia. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

I HATE FISH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

I ALSO HATE,I MEAN,I HATE FISH!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

fish are so cool LOL!!!!!

Fish said...

I think fish is the best food among animal foods.

Aman Singh said...

I like fish

Anonymous said...

i don't think fish need to surface for air............

Sam said...

Unfortunately there is some rather misleading information in this article. While some fish have adapted so they can breathe atmospheric air as well as respiring through their gills when it is beneficial, and some have evolved so they now have to breathe atmospheric air, It is not true whatsoever that all fish need to surface for air. The vast majority get their air from water.

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