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NiE Gone Fishing

Get hooked on fishing. Photo: Che Chapman / Sunshine Coast Daily
Get hooked on fishing. Photo: Che Chapman / Sunshine Coast Daily Che Chapman

WITH thousands of kilometres of coastline and countless lakes, rivers, harbours and bays to fish from all year round, it's not surprising that fishing is a national pastime in Australia. It is one of the most popular recreational and sporting activities with an estimated 3.4 million people of all ages and from all walks of life enjoying the activity.

PART 1 - Problem solution: On the 7th day Jack caught 34 fish and on the 10th day he caught 48

 

  PART 5 - Match up

A biologist who studies fish is called an ichthyologist.                           

The most poisonous fish in the world is the stone fish.

The largest known fish in the sea is the whale shark.                             

A fish that eats small crocodiles is  the Goliath Tigerfish.                                 

The only known fully warm-blooded fish the Opah or Moonfish

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