Possessing a gas-filled sac of sufficient volume renders fish essentially weightless
Fish have an easy ride in their buoyant, watery habitat. Because water is 800 times denser than air, it neutralises the pull of gravity. They thus have no need of those bones and muscles that we, and all terrestrial creatures, require to keep us upright. ...
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