Can fish live in freshwater an live in saltwater?

 

By Ryosuke Nonaka

But there is some fish can live in both water!!!!

 

The lake sturgeon is often called a "living fossil," part of a family of fish that has existed for more than 135 million years. 

here is some picture of fish can live in both water and facts for that fish.

 

 

 

The smelt is distinguishable from all other fish common in our waters by its slender form, combined with a long pointed head, large mouth, a small but evident adipose fin standing above the rear part of the anal, and a deeply forked tail.

Despite having been known for hundreds of years, the American eel (Anguilla rostrata) has a complex life history which, even today, is not fully understood 

  • Salmon are anadromous, which means they are born in fresh water, they migrate to salt water, and then they return to freshwater to spawn.

 

  • The American shad is the largest member of the herring family. Adults commonly reach four to eight pounds. The largest recorded shad caught in the Delaware River weighed eleven pounds, one ounce.

 

so there is fish can live in both water. but there is fish can't live in both water.

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about the fish can live in both water

 

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