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The mudskipper is native to tropical and subtropical regions, such as the Indo-Pacific coasts and the Atlantic coast of Africa. Its habitat is primarily tital mudflats. The mudskipper is different from most other fish in its ability to live in and out of water. It is completely amphibious. When the tide goes out, the mudskipper is still quite active out of the water. They have the ability to breathe through their skin and the lining of their mouth and throat. feeding and interacting with one another. They use their fins to move on land in a series of skips. Play the following videos to learn more about the mudskipper.

 
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