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Clownfish

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on 6 January 2014

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Transcript of Clownfish

Life Span
Classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Actinopterygii
Order: Perciformes
Family: Pamacentridae
Genus: Amphipiron
Species:Amphipiron Percula
Physical Description
Small , bright coloured fish
2-5 inches long
3 white strips
Males are smaller than females
Reproduction of Clown Fish
Clown fish lays one hundred up to thousand eggs.
Geographic Location
Pacific Ocean
Red Sea
Indian Ocean
Clown fish lives in salt water
Here's a Video of Clown fish living environment
Clown Fish
Habitat
Clown Fish Diet
Omnivorous
Feed on small plankton
Feed on Plants
Response
Circulation
A clown fish can live up to 12
years.
Blood of fish serve like any vertebrate.
Transports oxygen, wastes, and nutrients
Interesting Facts
Clown fish and anemones have a mutalism relationship.
Clown fish get their name from their stripes and bouncing movements
Clown Fish lay their eggs during full moons,and they hatch after dusk.
Clown fish males can turn in to females, after a female die
Fishes body temperature is equal to the temperature or the water surrounding them.
Excretion
Respiration
Fish exchange oxygen and carbon dioxide through gills.
Most have swim bladders below kidney
Bladder helps to control depth depending on how much gas is inside.
Use kidneys
Marine and freshwater have problems with excretion and balance in body.
Marine are constantly losing water
Fresh constantly dispose of water
Feeding and Digestion
Every fish has a specific feeding environment.
Predatory fish have sac shaped stomachs.
Herbivores have have elongated intestine. They are more complicated than carnivores.
Reproduction
Most fish lay a large amount of small eggs
Some lay adhesive eggs.
Movement
Scales and patterns vary among different species.
Streamline like body allows fish to move easily through water with reduced frictional drag (scales help).
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