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5.Many cheaper species such as trevally or mullet are oily fish which have a firmer texture and very mild
6.The “king of oily fish” yellowfin tuna, is used for sashimi due to its outstanding taste and achieves very high
Q5.What are the differences between a flat fish and a round fish? Complete the following sentences from thedrop-down menu:Round fish are those that are symmetrical and have eyes on(only one side/both sides)of their heads.
Q6.Which of the following are examples of oily fish?Drag the correct examples across
International Institute of Management Pty LtdT/A American College / International Institute of ManagementRTO Code: 31897CRICOS Code: 03149K7.Mackerel8.Redfish/nannygai9.Shark/angel/flake10. StingrayPage 14 before “Classification of Shellfish”
International Institute of Management Pty LtdT/A American College / International Institute of ManagementRTO Code: 31897CRICOS Code: 03149KCheckpoint 3Q1.The common features of crustaceans and molluscs include the following:Drag the ticks1.Crustaceans have an external skeleton for protection2.Crustaceans are protected by an outer shell or are soft bodied3.Crustaceans are usually dark green to coppery in colour4.Crustaceans are usually bright orange to red in colour5.Crustaceans mostly live along the coastline and estuary regions6.Molluscs are invertebrates which means they possess no backbone

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