Bony fishes are a group of fishes that includes lobe-finned fishes and ray-finned fishes. There are about 23,500 species of bony fishes alive today. The articles listed below provide information about the characteristics, classification and evolution of bony fishes.
- Lobe-Finned Fishes (1)
- Ray-Finned Fishes (5)
Bony fishes are a group of aquatic vertebrates characterized by having a bony skeleton. This profile explores basic facts about bony fishes including how they are classified, what they eat, where they live and the characteristics that make them different from other fish groups.