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What are types of Jawless fish?

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Blobfish!
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n. Any of several eellike marine and freshwater fishes lacking a jaw and paired appendages that constitute the subphylum Agnatha. The only present-day jawless fish are the hagfish
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Agnatha (Greek, "no jaws" is a class or superclass of jawless fish in the phylum
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1. Wash the fish thoroughly. Cut an incision along the center on the side of the fish. Remove the organs as you would if you were preparing the fish for cooking. 2. Cut the layer
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There are several types of fish that are jawless. Some of the examples of jawless fish include hagfish and lampreys. ...
A jawless fish is any eel like marine and freshwater fishes lacking a jaw and paired appendages that constitute the subphylum Agnatha. Jawless fish eat by sucking ...
There are a variety of jawless fish. Some examples of them include the hagfish and lamprey. These fish are also known as Agnatha and they are paraphyletic. ...
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