What is fish migration called?

Diadromous, amphidromous, potamodromous, oceanodromous. In a 1949 journal article, George S. Myers coined the inclusive term diadromous to refer to all fish that migrate between the sea and fresh water. Like the two well known terms, it was formed from classical Greek ([dia], “through”; and [dromous], “running”).

Why do fish migrate?

Whether long-distance swimmers or not, all have something in common: fish need to migrate or move to get to habitats where they can spawn, feed, find shelter, and escape extreme temperatures or water flows.

Are humans Stenohaline or Euryhaline?

Humans are osmoregulators. This means we are able to actively control the salt concentrations irrespective of the salt concentrations in an environment. Other animals which exhibit osmoregulation includes freshwater fish such as rohu.

Is salmon going extinct?

What is a male and female salmon called?

If they were mature salmon, myself and the fishermen I know would call them “hen” for female and “buck” for male.

Which part of a fish body does not help it to hear?

Only the tail region of the fish don’t possess the hearing capacity.

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