young fish

NOUN
  1. a fish that is young
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How To Use young fish In A Sentence

  • It is this, primarily, because suitable cover is afforded for protection and food is plentiful for the young fishes.
  • The young fisherman was sitting on a thwart smoking a caporal. Pied Piper
  • The whitebait is a young fish, but much smaller than Meditteranean Whitebait, without bones and a milder taste. TravelPod.com Recent Updates
  • The trapping was prompted by a drop in numbers as it was estimated that only around five per cent of all spawnings actually matured into young fish.
  • This indicated that some of the original fifteen thousand young fish planted in 1871 had survived and matured.
  • He had a very graceful shape besides, and his fins were the envy of all the young fish of his acquaintance. How Sammy Went to Coral-Land
  • Early indications are that the method is working and biologists are planning to eventually restock the area with young fish.
  • During the course of the study, two major die-offs took place, selectively affecting larger cannibalistic individuals, followed by several years of successful recruitment of young fish.
  • Young fish have been observed clinging to their parents with their mouths, even after they are able to swim freely.
  • These loose mats provide a sheltered and humid habitat for many mid shore animals, including shore crabs, littorinid snails, barnacles, mussels, young fish, lugworms and other invertebrates.
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