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1. Usually the eat smaller fish, but many cases of "sharkbite" are probably caused by this sharp-toothed fish.
b. Barracudas, with their sharp teeth, may strike at bright or moving objects, including people.
2. They may grow up to 15 feet long and weigh as much as 1,000 pounds.
a. Swordfish, with their sharp beaks, may be long and heavy.
1. Some barracudas are large, ferocious, slender fish that will strike at anything bright or moving.
b. Barracudas, with their sharp teeth, may strike at bright or moving objects, including people.
2. Swordfish have long, sharp beaks.
b. Swordfish have long, sharp beaks.
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a. Swordfish, with their sharp beaks, may be long and heavy.
3. Puffers, also called swellfish,inflate their bodies with air or water until danger has passed.
a. Puffers inflate their bodies temporarily to avoid danger.
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b. Puffers are also called swellfish
3. When the danger passes, they quickly deflate.
a. Puffers inflate their bodies temporarily to avoid danger.
14-1 Sunfish, or bream, are small members of the sunfish family that are easy to catch.
b. Sunfish are easy to catch and vary in color.
14-1 One of the largest, the bluegill, usually has faint bars with dark lobes reaching back from the gill covers.
c. The bluegill, longear, and pumpkinseed are all members of the sunfish family.
14-1 The longear sunfish has long flaps that extend from its gill covers and has bright orange and blue skin.
c. The bluegill, longear, and pumpkinseed are all members of the sunfish family.
14-1 Other sunfish may be reddish or greenish.
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14-1 The pumpkinseed, or common sunfish, usually has blue and orange stripes on its cheeks and a red spot on the back of its gill covers.
c. The bluegill, longear, and pumpkinseed are all members of the sunfish family.
3. They may swell up to three times their normal size.
c. Puffers may inflate themselves to three times their normal size.