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Is a herring a fish or a bird?

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Herring, species of slab-sided northern fish belonging to the family Clupeidae (order Clupeiformes).

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    Worst: King Mackerel Generally, mackerel are an especially good source of omega-3s and most can be part of a healthy diet. But king mackerel -- especially ones caught in the Pacific Ocean -- are high in mercury. Doctors say young children and women who are pregnant or nursing should avoid them completely.

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    According to the fatwa, prawn is an arthropod (to which insects also belong) and it does not fall under the category of fish.

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