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    Anatomy of a Fish ????

    I don't know where to ask, and I've done some searching and searching. Anyone have any sources of an Anatomy of a fish ? One that shows you the bone structure of a fish. It would be preferable if I could be more specific on the type of fish and someone had the anatomy of that fish.

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    Here is a site with all sorts of skeletons of small critters, one of them is a butterfly fish.

    http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...%3D80%26um%3D1
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    Ask google!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SiberianHuskey View Post
    I don't know where to ask, and I've done some searching and searching. Anyone have any sources of an Anatomy of a fish ? One that shows you the bone structure of a fish. It would be preferable if I could be more specific on the type of fish and someone had the anatomy of that fish.
    Fish anatomy (Wikipedia)

    It doesn't focus much on bones, but bones aren't as important in fish anatomy as they are in other vertebrates. Sharks, rays and other primitive fishes are virtually boneless, while the so-called bony fishes have relatively simple skeletons - basically a row of vertebrae with attached ribs (I think).

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    I came across one of those links, but I must have ignored it. These links should do the trick. Thank you guys for taking the time


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