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12.8: Fish Classification

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cartilaginous fish Ectothermic fish with an endoskeleton made of cartilage; have a complete backbone and jaw.
coelacanth Ancient group of lobe-finned fish; just two living species.
lamprey Ectothermic fish with a partial backbone; do not have jaws; endoskeleton is made of cartilage.
lobe-finned fish Ectothermic fish with a backbone and jaw; endoskeleton is made of bones; have thick, fleshy fins; one of two types of bony fish.
lungfish Group of lobe-finned fish with a lung-like organ for breathing air.
ray-finned fish Ectothermic fish with a backbone and jaws; endoskeleton is made of bones; have thin, bony fins; one of two types of bony fish.

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