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The abundance and variety of fish in the Sea of Cortez around La Paz is amazing!
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Jaws allow fish to eat a wide variety of food, including plants and other organisms. Fish ingest food through the mouth and break it down in the . In the stomach, food is further digested and, in many fish, processed in finger-shaped pouches called , which secrete digestive and absorb nutrients. Organs such as the and add enzymes and various chemicals as the food moves through the digestive tract. The intestine completes the process of digestion and nutrient absorption.
Scorpion Fish varieties: Ukkarikasago (Sebastiscus marmoratus)  Togottomebaru  Mebaru ()
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Characteristics: The coppernose bluegill has a deep rounded body in a variety of colors including brown, copper, orange and green with reddish orange to yellow on the belly. Colors are brighter on breeding males. Bluegills can be distinguished from other sunfish by the dark spot on the back of the dorsal fin and also by their very small mouth. Male coppernose bluegill have a broad copper band above the eye or forehead that is prominent during spawning season and can also have orange margins to their fins. Typically are hardy fish that can be kept with a wide variety of tankmates.
Photo provided by FlickrYellowstone’s minnows are small fish living in a varietyof habitats and eating a variety of foods.
Photo provided by FlickrRockfish live in shallow, rocky, intertidal waters and feed on a variety of fish and crustaceans and squid.
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One reason fish are so diverse is that 70 percent of the planet is covered in water. The animals in this group live in a variety of habitats ranging from coral reefs and kelp forests to rivers, streams, and the open ocean. Another is that fish are very old on the evolutionary scale. According to fossil records, they have been on Earth for more than 500 million years! The total number of living fish species—about 32,000— is greater than the total of all other vertebrate species (amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals) combined.These fish were introduced in the 1880s and have become both the angler's favorite and the mainstay of Colorado's hatchery system (millions of catchable and subcatchable sized fish are stocked annually). Rainbows can be found in most mountain lakes and streams, as well as many plains reservoirs. Physical characteristics that can help distinguish rainbow trout include dark spots on a light body, continuous spotting throughout the body, and often a "rainbow" horizontal reddish stripe. Rainbow trout may be caught with a variety of flies, baits and lures.A fish is a cold-blooded, backboned, aquatic animal and there are many types of fish that live in every region of the world. Fish are harvested for their highly and for the oil that is extracted and used as a food product or as an ingredient for a wide variety of commercially prepared products. There are numerous fresh water and salt-water fish species that are harvested throughout the world. Some of these species are shown below.Introduced into eastern Colorado lakes in the early 1980s, this fish is a hybrid between white bass and striped bass. Wiper have become a very popular sportfish because of their hard fighting. Wiper are a schooling fish that can be found "busting" prey fish on the surface during the summer. Casting shad imitations or various lures at the "busting" prey and holding on tight is a fun method for catching wiper. Trolling can also be effective.