CATCHING BIGGER PIKE
 

FISH & SENSES

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Sense of smell or Olfaction
Sense of smell or Olfaction
The Neuromast Organs
The Neuromast Organs The neuromast organ in prey fish. Note the cupolas are positioned in the dermis and are not exposed to the external part of the fish's body. Prey fish can muffle pressure waves or nearby movements around them and can differentiate whether the movements are caused by the flow of water around them or the approach of a predator.
Pike vision
Pike vision Diagram of a pike’s eye. Pike have incredibly sensitive eyes, and are able to hunt in dim light or during the hours of darkness, as they have something known as a tepetum lucidum, which is a mirror-like reflective layer found just behind the retina, towards the back of the eye.