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Does fish give birth through mouth?

Asked: Isaak Lafrenière, Last Updated:

Sometimes the female fish will carry the fertilized eggs in her mouth, or the male and female will trade off, which is called biparental mouthbrooding. Typically fish that are born via mouthbrooding are underweight at first and require recovery time to feed and grow.

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