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Wisdom Wednesday - 4/11/18

Shore Buddies Wisdom Wednesday

Many bony fish have more than just one set of nostrils. The nostrils of fish also do not open into the back of the mouth like those of mammals, and are not, therefore, for breathing. They lead into organs of smell, which are very sensitive in order for fish to detect the presence of food in the water at considerable distances. More nostrils=more smelling! 

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