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Do fish bones give calcium?

Asked: Karine Bélanger, Last Updated:

The results indicate that fish bones may be a useful and well absorbed calcium source. Due to the high mineral content of the bone fraction, salmon bones can be well suitable as a natural calcium and phosphorus source in, for example, food, feed or as supplement.

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    The puffer would drain if it was filled with water , it would deflate or pop if it was filled with air. When they are threatened they suck water in through their mouths. So they fill with water not air.

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    Langoustines are similar in appearance to crayfish, but differ in that they grow in saltwater seas and oceans, whereas crayfish breed in freshwater rivers and lakes. ... Langoustines are smaller than lobster, however, growing in size to a maximum of only around 10 inches.

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