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FISH

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Types of Fish        Habitat             Food Source          Size (ave.)
 
Atlantic Sturgeon  Coastal Water  Small Fish/Shrimp    8'3" - 14'
                            Shores
White Sturgeon    Deep water      Small Fish/Shrimp    12'6"
Shovlenose          Large Rivers     Small Fish/Shrimp    3'
       Sturgeon
Paddlefish           Backwaters/     Zooplankton          7'1"
                             Bayous
Longnose Gar      Backwater        Other Fish             6'
Redfin Pickerel     Slow/Standing   Aqua. Inverteb.     15"
                             Waters
Northern Pike      Lakes/Rivers      Leeches/Sunfish    4'4"
Muskellunge        Lakes               Leeches/Sunfish    3'7"
Silver Arowana    Amazon River     Small Fish             3'
Black Arowana    Rio Branco         Small Fish             30"
Australian          North. Australia   Small Fish            30"
     Arowana             Waters
Freshwater       South American   Small Fish/Shrimp   up to 30"
     Stingray             Waters                                    in diameter
Convict Ciclid    South. Central     Small Fish             6"
                       American Water
Geophagus       Brazilian Waters    Small Fish/Shrimp   1'
   Brasiliensis
Green Terror     South. American   Shrimp/                10"
                          Waters                Zooplankton  
Jack Dempsey   Central American   Shrimp                 8"
                         Waters
Managuense     South. American    Other Fish            16"
                          Waters
Oscar             Amazon River         Other Fish            12"-15"
Ports Cichlid     South American     Small Fish/            6"-8"
                         Waters                Zooplankton
Severum         Amazon Basin        Small Fish/            8"-10"
                                                   Zooplankton
 
 
 
These are only a few of the thousands of species of fish. They all live in water, obviously, and eat similar foods (i.e. small fish, shrimp, etc.). There are many sites that you can go to for more information. Visit any search engine and type in "species of fish" or "information about fish" and you'll recieve many results.
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