Osteichthyes, or bony fish, make up approximately 95 per cent of all fish species. This dissection of an Australian Mullet reveals the specialised internal and external features that make life underwater possible, including its fins, gills, scales and swim bladder, as well as the many organs that bony fish share with mammals, such as those of the digestive system. Complemented by clear, illustrative diagrams, this is a valuable resource for secondary students of science.
Production Year: 2021
Duration: 10 min
Series: Dissections for the Science Classroom
Printable Resources: Yes
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