1. Information about fish.
2. Fish in Latvian waters.
3. Fish and fishing:
3.1 Smelts (Winter fish)
3.2 Flounder ( Summer ...
•Fish are vertebrate animals that
live in the water. Vertebrate
means they have a spinal cord
surrounded by bone or cartil...
Bream

Roach

Tench

Carp

Salmon

Zander
Put fishing
rod

Look does
peck/doesn’t
peck

Wait,wait.

Oh,Yes, the
fish!!!

In size, smelts usually grow to
approximate...
Flounder

Flounder perfectly
adapted to life in
freshwater and in the sea.
Crucian

His appearance does not match the
silver carp: crucian in gold dorsal fin,
ventral fin and tail dark brown
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  1. 1. 1. Information about fish. 2. Fish in Latvian waters. 3. Fish and fishing: 3.1 Smelts (Winter fish) 3.2 Flounder ( Summer fish) 3.3 Crucian (Autumn fish)
  2. 2. •Fish are vertebrate animals that live in the water. Vertebrate means they have a spinal cord surrounded by bone or cartilage. •Fish have gills that extract oxygen from the water around them.
  3. 3. Bream Roach Tench Carp Salmon Zander
  4. 4. Put fishing rod Look does peck/doesn’t peck Wait,wait. Oh,Yes, the fish!!! In size, smelts usually grow to approximately 20 centimetres , although some species can reach as much as 70 centimetres . Smelts are a food source for salmon and lake trout.
  5. 5. Flounder Flounder perfectly adapted to life in freshwater and in the sea.
  6. 6. Crucian His appearance does not match the silver carp: crucian in gold dorsal fin, ventral fin and tail dark brown
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