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The Fish Classes

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Did you know that half of all the animals in the world that have backbones are fish? There are more kinds of fishes than there are amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals added together. And scientists are discovering more species of fish almost weekly. Brilliantly colored or camouflaged, as big as a whale or smaller than a little fingernail, fishes are found almost ...more
Hardcover, 96 pages
Published September 1st 2007 by Cavendish Square Publishing (first published 2007)
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Stefoff, R. (2008). The Fish Classes. Tarrytown, N.Y.: Marshall Cavendish Benchmark.


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This book is a great informational book. It tells the different types of fish, how to classify fish, and all about a fish's life. It describes why a fish is formed the way it is and how it helps with its lifestyle. For example, a tuna has a torpedo shaped body to help it swim at high speeds to catch its prey. It explains fish with jaws and those that are jawless. It descr
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