Freshwater animals | Animals living in fresh water

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Ecosystems are considered freshwater if they contain less than 1% salt. A wide variety of organisms live in and near these reservoirs. The type of habitat and species of freshwater ecosystem animals found there depends on the amount of water and the speed at which it flows. Fast-flowing streams and rivers are preferred by some species, lakes and slow-moving rivers by others, and swamps by still others. The freshwater biome provides a habitat for macro and micro-organisms that interact in complex ways. Freshwater ecosystems are always full of living creatures, but each of them has its own special collection of species that feels comfortable there.

Fish

Salmon

Herring

river eel

Baikal omul

Burbot

Pike

catfish

Zander

carp

Carp

Beluga

Golomyanka

Squeaky killer whale

Amazonian dolphin

Nile perch

Birds

river duck

Half-fingered goose

king egret

Canadian goose

Toadstool

Yakan

Platypus

Swan

Kingfisher

Coot

Reptiles and insects

smooth beetle

Mosquito

Already

Chinese alligator

caddis

reptiles

European marsh turtle

Pond slider

Amphibians

Crayfish

Triton

Frog

Toad

common pond snail

Leech

mammals

Shrew

European mink

Muskrat

Tapir

Nutria

Beaver

weasel

Otter

Muskrat

Hippopotamus

Manatee

Baikal seal

capybara

arachnids

silver spider

Conclusion

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