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How do fishes urinate?

Asked: Glen Gdanski, Last Updated:

These salts are removed through the use of the kidneys whereby they help the fish retain water and actively excrete salts to produce a very concentrated urine. This also means that marine fish do not urinate as much as freshwater fish.

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