Fish, or Fishes, Anatomy of [being the article on the Anatomy of Fishes in Rees'Cyclopædia, by J. Macartney?].

Fish, or Fishes, Anatomy of [being the article on the Anatomy of Fishes in Rees'Cyclopædia, by J. Macartney?].

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Others have stated that the air-bag of the carp, aamp;e. is filled with atmospheric air. ... a small number of fishes: but is this obstacle did -not exist, both the theories os Needham and Vicq da#39;Azyr are still extremely improbable. ... In the a#39;na-a#39;lasts ( siombrr stambrm) the sleeleton and muscular substance are both light, and the tail is psrticlarly stiong; the ... The flat fishes swim by means of a continual beating or flapping of the water wit their broad sursaces, in a manner exactly analogous to flying.


Title:Fish, or Fishes, Anatomy of [being the article on the Anatomy of Fishes in Rees'Cyclopædia, by J. Macartney?].
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