Aquatic adaptations common for fish and whale 

Asked by sanskritishukla316 | 19th Dec, 2019, 01:17: PM

Expert Answer:

Adaptations in fish:

  • Shallow streamlined body to swim easily.
  • Slippery scales on their bodies that protect the fish and also help in easy movement through water.
  • Flat fins and tails that help them to change directions and keep their body balance in water.
  • Gills to help them use oxygen dissolved in water.

Adaptations in whale:

  • Insulating blubber to swim easily.
  • More streamlined shape to swim faster and catch more food.

Answered by Sheetal Kolte | 19th Dec, 2019, 03:18: PM