Anglerfish are small, predatory fish. They have one or more long, thin, flexible spines on their heads with a fleshy lump at the end. They can move this spine around and dangle the lump like bait in front of their mouths. Anglerfish are fairly rare and have an unusual way of reproducing. Male anglerfish are much smaller than females, and when they are mature they bite onto a female and then wither away to nothing but reproductive organs. They live like parasites on the female's bloodstream.
Something is British if it relates to Britain, or the United Kingdom. A person from Britain is British.
Scientific name: order: siluriformes
Catfish are named because they look like they have cat whiskers. They live at the bottom of rivers and lakes, and sometimes in coastal waters too. Most catfish eat dead matter they find at the bottom of waterways. Catfish range in size from very tiny to 10 feet long.
Crayfish look like a small lobster and are found in fresh water like lakes, streams and rivers. There are many different varieties of crayfish. Crayfish are also called crawfish, crawdad or yabbies. They can be eaten in the same way as lobsters.
Scientific name: order: sepiida
Cuttlefish are not fish, but are a type of mollusc related to squid and octopi. Cuttlefish have three hearts, blue-green blood and a single bone inside them. You often see cuttle bones being given to budgerigars. They can change colour to camouflage with the environment around them. Cuttlefish are caught as food and prepared in a similar way to squid.
Danish describes anything relating to Denmark, people from Denmark, the language spoken in Denmark and a kind of pastry.
You demolish something when you take it apart until there is nothing left. When you say demolish, you usually mean a building being demolished.
A dish is a tool or container used for serving food, such as a plate, bowl, or cup. Dish is also another word for a part of a meal.
English is a language spoken in a lot of different countries. Some countries have slightly different varieties of English, from how words are said to how they are spelled.
You finish something when you reach the end of it. The woman in the picture is finishing a race. The opposite of finish is start. Similar words to finish are complete and end.