Freshwater fish live in lakes, rivers, ponds and streams. Common freshwater fish include carp, bass, trout and catfish.
Saltwater fish are the most beautiful fish in the world. They range from the majestic marlin to the funny-looking flounder, and the goliath grouper to the tiny blenny, and just about everything in between.
Other Fish covers fish species that are neither fresh or saltwater. Usually these species migrate between fresh and saltwater.
Sharks come in all sizes, from the tiny spined pygmy to the 40-foot whale shark, but the great white is hands-down the most famous, thanks in no small part to a little movie called "Jaws."
The herring is an important food fish found in abundance in the North Atlantic, North Pacific, and other northern seas. Read on to learn more.
The damselfish is the common name of a family of brightly colored marine fish. They inhabit coral reefs and rocky coastal regions of tropical waters.
Grunt, or ronco, refers to any of several food fish found in tropical and temperate waters. Read on to learn more.