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Yes, marine water fishes drink more water than fresh water fishes as in the ocean saline water is there so the osmotic potential of the water is less than that of marine livestock so the water enters more to attain equilibrium where no more water enter into the body. So we can say the marine bodies take more water than a fresh water fish but not drink as water only helps them for respiration.


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