Walruses mainly eat molluscs.
Moray eels have very strong jaws.
The slingjaw fish can bring its jaw right out.
Sharks are plant eaters.
The smallest fish in the world are dwarf gobies.
Whales live up to 90 years old.
Shark's skin feels like rough sand paper.
The pelvic fin on a fish is at the top of its body.
The mandarin fish's bright colours blend in with the sea.
The old teeth of sharks will never re-place.
Pipefish have long bodies and look a bit like sea weed.
Cowanyoung fish are also called a Horse Mackerel.
The Venus Tusk-Fish are edible.
The Risso's dolphin has a long beak.
Callops are a kind of seal.
The Mulloway fish live in parts around Queensland.
Turtles have six legs.
Lion fish are harmless.
Sea cows are hairless.
Red Gurnard fish live around the Australian coasts.
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