Sharks are fish
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Are sharks mammals or fish?
Most people think sharks are mammals, as they give birth to young ones (pups), but some do lay eggs. Of all the species, 70% of the sharks bear live ones and the remaining 30% lay eggs. The fact is – sharks are fish. Loveleena Rajeev.
Do sharks have bones or cartilage?
Yes, sharks are fish. They live in water and use their gills to breathe by filtering oxygen like other fish. However they are different to most species of fish their body is made out of cartilage instead of bones like other fish. How many bones does a shark have?
What makes a shark a fish?
Let look at what makes a shark a fish? Fish are cold-blooded vertebrates (animals with a backbone) that have gills (although some fish can breathe using other methods). ?Sounds like a shark to me! There are 3 main types of fish: bony fish, cartilaginous fish, and jawless fish.
Are rainbow sharks fish or mammals?
Rainbow sharks are territorial fish species and that is why they attack others if they see their territory is in danger. Are sharks fish or not? Sharks are fish as they have fins like other fishes. They are not mammals nor are they reptiles. They are fishes.