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What types of fish can breathe air?

Asked: Adrien Fishing, Last Updated:

The northern snakehead can grow to "3 feet in length," according to the Georgia DNR. "They have a long dorsal fin that runs along their whole back, and have a dark brown blotchy appearance. They can breathe air and can survive in low-oxygenated systems," the department added.

FAQ

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    Boiled egg will foul the aquarium water very quickly. Which will kill your fish. But yes, you can feed boiled egg yolk to fish.

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    Salmon is a low-mercury fish and it is good for your baby to eat up two to three times per week according to BabyCenter. Every baby becomes ready for solids at different stages so talk to your doctor before trying any solid or pureed food.

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