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Fish live their whole lives in the water. They have gills, like amphibians, but fish never grow lungs like amphibians do. A fish's gills are on the sides of its head. The gills take oxygen from the water so the fish can breathe.
Some fish lay eggs. Other fish are born live. When fish have babies or lay eggs, it is called spawning.
How are fish and amphibians the same? How are they different?