What is a lionfish?


What is a lionfish?


Fish are aquatic animals that lack limbs with digits; instead, they have fins to help them move in the water. They live under the water thanks to the presence of gills located close to their heads that they use to extract oxygen from the water. Fish use special acoustic signals to communicate underwater.

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