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Are sprats small sardines?

Asked: Patrick TheOak, Last Updated:

Sardines/pilchards/anchovies/sprats "Sprat" is the name applied to several species of small, oily fishes belonging to the herring family. They look like miniature sardines and are recognized by the sharp scales along the belly.

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