Origin of swim bladder
Related Words for swim bladderfloat
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Another instance of Evolution's proofs is the swim-bladder of fishes.
Sometimes, as the need of the theory demands, the swim-bladder is claimed as the relic of a discarded lung.
This is the swim-bladder, a float filled with air which tends to give the fish the same weight as the water it displaces.
Beneath the swim-bladder is a large cavity filled with various organs, collectively known as the viscera.
The reproductive organs lie below the swim-bladder near the posterior end of the body-cavity.
- ichthyol another name for air bladder (def. 1)
- See air bladder.