Freshwater Fish Of my Pond

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Freshwater fish are those that spend some or all of their lives in fresh water, such as ponds, rivers and lakes, with a salinity of less than 0.06%. These freshwater fishes are different from marine fishes in many ways. The most obvious being the difference in levels of salinity. To survive in fresh water the fish has to absorb the environment. My freshwater fishes also have that adaptation that’s why they live in my pond. I love these different types of fishes and like to observe their activities in pond. I love to spend time with them.

Freshwater Fish Of my Pond

Freshwater fish differ physiologically from salt water fish in several respects. Their gills must be able to diffuse dissolved gasses while keeping the salts in the body fluids inside. Their scales reduce water diffusion through the skin: freshwater fish that have lost too many scales will die. They also have well developed kidneys to reclaim salts from body fluids before excretion.

I am spending most of the time with fishes playing with them, feeding them food. Here is a video that show Freshwater fish of my pond and how beautiful this fishes are.

But nowadays Freshwater fishes are barely seen because of industrialization. Rivers ponds and lakes are polluted and fishes died in numbers. It’s time that when people across the has to save fresh water fish. Because if we don’t save fish, we don’t save humans

42% of all known species of fish are found in fresh water. So in order to save this species we have to think about it. We need to stop the industries that is responsible for destroying this small aquatic world. Otherwise one day we are not able see this beauty of Nature.

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