How do fishes protect themselves? ​

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  • Réponse publiée par: 09330399672

    When they sense danger they fill their stomachs with water (or air if they are out of water). This exposes sharp spines that cover their bodies. This makes them less inviting for predators to catch. Their skin and some internal organs contain tetrodotoxins, which are highly toxic substances.

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  • Réponse publiée par: 09330399672

    when they sense danger they fill their stomachs with water.

    Explanation:

    this exposes sharp spines that cover their bodies. this makes them less inviting for predators to catch. their skin and some internal organs contain tetrodotoxins, which are highly toxic substances

  • Réponse publiée par: nila93

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    explanation:

    head-on-collision. noun. (plural head-on collisions) (transport) a collision where the front ends of two vehicles (such as ships, trains, cars, planes, etc.) hit each other, as opposed to a side-collision or rear-end collision.

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