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Fish

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Annabel Morris

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Fish, the Creatures Under the Sea by: Annabel Morris Red Drum and Black Drum Speckled trout and flounder Tuna and Bluefish Grouper and Wahoo Marlin and Sailfish Cod and Mullet Clown fish and lion fish Red drum-
Known For: red color
and black dot on tail.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Sciaenops
ocellatus

Found: Southern Atlantic
coasts of the United States,
likes marsh grass areas Speckled Trout-
Known For: silver scales and distinctive black spots.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Cynoscion nebulosus

Found: Southern Atlantic
likes marshlands. Tuna-
Known For: being sleek and streamlined. also for speed.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: varies depending on the species.

Found: mostly found around warm sea areas cod-
Known For: 3 dorsal fins. dark brown or black coloring with spots.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: (Pacific) Gadus Macrocephalus (Atlantic) Gadus Morhua

Found: cold deep regions of north Atlantic. eastern and western parts of Northern Pacific. Grouper-
Known For: enormous size and huge jaws

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: varies with species

Found: Eastern Atlantic Ocean Marlin-
Known For: elongated body, spear-like snout

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: varies with species

Found: mostly tropical areas of the Atlantic and Pacific. Clown Fish-
Known For: bright orange color with white bars.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: varies with species

Found: warmer waters of the pacific and indian oceans. Angelfish and butterfly fish Seahorses and Sea dragons Frogfish and Sunfish Croakers and Hogfish Blue sharks and great whites hammerheads and bonnetheads Dolphin and triggerfish Anglerfish and lanternfish flying fish and eels Sting rays Black drum-
Known For: Grayish coloring and black stripes.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Pogonias cromis
Found: Southern and Western Atlantic, and the Carribean Coasts. likes brackish water. these two fish are cousins. red drum black drum Flounder-
Known for: Flat shape and both eyes on one side of body.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: has many depending on the type of flounder.

Found: the bottom of coastal lagoons and estuaries of the Northern Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Speck Flounder Bluefish-
Known For: blueish-green tinting on back and it's spiny first dorsal fin.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Pomatomus saltatrix

Found: widely spread in tropical and subtropical waters. Tuna Bluefish cod Mullet-
Know For: 2 separate dorsal fins and small triangular jaw.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Varies with species

Found: worldwide in coastal temperate and tropical waters. mullet Wahoo-
Known For: elongated body, black and blue back, and silver sides.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Acanthocybium solandri

Found: Eastern and Southern Atlantic Grouper Wahoo Sailfish-
Known For: thin elongated body, tall dorsal fin.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Istiophorus albicans (Atlantic Sailfish), Istiophorus platypterus (Indo-Pacific Sailfish

Found: Atlantic and Pacific Oceans Marlin Sailfish Lionfish-
Known for: venomous spines and unique tenticles.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: varies with species

Found: Indo-Pacific Clown Fish Lionfish Frogfish-
Known For: stocky appearance and camouflage.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: varies with species

Found: Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans. Red Sea Sunfish-
Know For: half-fish appearance

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Molidae

Found: in oceanic waters, bays, continental shelf, continental slope, kelp forest, and pelagic zones Frogfish Sunfish Angelfish-
Knownfor: laterally compressed bodies, and bright colors.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Pomacanthidae

Found: shallow reefs of Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans Butterflyfish-
Known For: Bright Colors and wing-like fins

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Chaetodontidae

Found: reefs of Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian Oceans Angelfish Butterfly fish Seahorses-
Known for: Upright swimming position and horse-like head

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: varies with species

Found: Pacific waters from North America to South America Sea dragons-
Known For: resemblance to mythological dragons as well as lobes of skin that look like leaves.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Phycodurus eques

Found: southern Australian waters. Seahorse Sea dragon Croakers-
Known for: long dorsal fin and a notch between rays and spines of the dorsal.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Sciaenidae

Found: warm-temperate and tropical waters and are best represented in major rivers in Southeast Asia, northeast South America, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Gulf of California Hogfish-
Known For: a very elongated snout. normally pink or orange

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Lachnolaimus maximus

Found: the western Atlantic Ocean with a range from Bermuda, south through the Caribbean Sea and northern Gulf of Mexico, continuing to the north coast of South America. Croaker Hogfish Blue Sharks-
Known For: Deep blue coloring on the tops of bodies.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Prionace glauca

Found: tropical, cool oceans found worldwide. Great Whites-
Known For: a white underside and a grey dorsal area

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Carcharodon carcharias

Found: the United States (Atlantic Northeast and California), South Africa, Japan, Oceania, Chile, and the Mediterranean hammerheads-
Known For: cephalofoil shaped head

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: varies with species

Found: worldwide in warmer waters along coastlines and continental shelves Bonnetheads-
Known For: broad, smooth, spade-like head

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Sphyrna tiburo
Found: Western Hemisphere where the water is usually warmer than 70 °F Hammerhead Bonnethead Dolphin(Mahi-Mahi)-
Known For: being golden on the sides, and bright blues and greens on the sides and back.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Coryphaena hippurus

Found: off-shore temperate, tropical and subtropical waters worldwide Triggerfish-
Known For: oval shaped, highly compressed body, and powerful jaw.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: varies with species

Found: tropical and subtropical oceans throughout the world flying fish-
known for: wing like fins that help them glide above water

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: varies with species

Found: all of the oceans, particularly in tropical and warm subtropical waters eels-
Known For: elongated bodies like a snake.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: Varies with species

Found: worldwide, shallow waters Flying Fish Eel Sting Rays-
Known For: flattened bodies, long tail.

Kingdom: Animalia

Binomial Name: varies with species

Found: worldwide Sting ray (Manta Ray) The Biological Makeup of a fish Photo Gallery These Fish Are in the same family Blue Shark Great White JAWS :) Dolphin Triggerfish Me and my red drum i caught in 2009 another Lionfish School of fish another school of fish Hello my name is Bruce. Symphony of fish
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