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Diagram of a Fish Gill?

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The gills of a fish serve a very similar function to that of the lungs in a human being. The gills will more easily allow a fish to breathe and live.
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Gills work by absorbing oxygen from the water and excreting carbon dioxide. They're made of thin membranes with a large surface area, and oxygen passes through them easily. When fish
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1. Locate the shallow warmer waters of lakes and ponds. These areas are where the bluegill come to spawn. Look for the male guarding a spawning bed and cast to him. 2. Cast near fallen
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Fish use their gills to extract oxygen from the water. So they need them as much as you need your lungs. The main difference between lungs and gills (other than water vs. air) is
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Fish use gill to breath, they do this by taking in the oxygen from the water and then using it for respiration.
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Gills are defined as a few different things but most people think of the gills of a fish. Gills are the organ of fish used to pull oxygen out of the water for ...
Gills are defined as a few different things but most people think of the gills of a fish. Gills are the organ of fish used to pull oxygen out of the water for ...
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