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Post by Lance Linnartz on April 21, 2013

Labeling every single picture takes a lot of time and I begin to lose interest and focus

Fish

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Objectives 0:06
    • Objectives
  • Common Characteristics 0:28
    • Common Characteristics
  • Fins 3:11
    • Fins
  • Gills 4:27
    • Gills Overview
    • Respiration
  • Scales 6:22
    • Scales: Characteristics and Functions
  • 3 Classes of Fish 8:33
    • Jawless Fish, Cartilaginous Fish, and Bony Fish
  • Jawless Fish 9:29
    • Jawless Fish
  • Cartilaginous Fish 11:12
    • Cartilaginous Fish
  • Bony Fish 12:19
    • Bony Fish
  • Lobe-finned Fish 14:43
    • Lobe-finned Fish
  • Lung Fish 15:55
    • Lung Fish
  • Ray-finned Fish 17:24
    • Ray-finned Fish Overview
    • Examples of Ray-finned Fish
  • Example 1: What Covers Most Fish Like House Shingles and Helps to Protect Them From Predators? 19:38
  • Example 2: Compare and Contrast Jawless and Cartilaginous Fish 19:57
  • Example 3: How are Gills Used for Gas Exchange? 21:10
  • Example 4: Explain Why This Type of Fish Picture Below Would Not Need a Swim Bladder? 22:27