Fish facts for kids learning English

Fish Facts

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Fish live and breathe in water, have slimy bodies and are cold-blooded. There are many kinds of fish, some have bones, but others only cartilage.

Animal facts for kids learning English

Angelfish are brightly-coloured, flattened fish. They live in coral reefs in tropical seas, and are plant-eaters.

English teaching resources: animal readers

Eels have a long, snake-like body. Some of them can make electricity. Many eels migrate over long distances to breed or eat.

Fun facts about the animals

Goldfish have orange scales and long, flowing fins. They were domesticated over a thousand years ago by the Chinese.

ABC animals: fish

Rays are very flat fish closely related to sharks. The biggest ray is the Manta Ray which is over 7 m long and weighs many tons.

Fun animal facts for ESL kids

Seahorses can change their colour to hide themselves. The male seahorse carries the eggs in his pouch until they hatch.

Learning English in a fun way

Not all sharks are meat-eaters and dangerous. The Whale Shark is the largest fish. It is up to 14 m long and weighs up to 15 tons.

Printable resources

Animal facts printables English ABC printables

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Time for a Rhyme

I'm a little fishy,
I can swim.
Here is my tail,
Here is my fin.
When I want to have fun
With my friends,
I wiggle my tail
And dive right in!

Fish fun facts for kids learning English