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  1. Small Southern Stickleback This fish inhabits the basins of the Black, Azov and Caspian Seas. It prefers shallow water bodies with abundant aquatic vegetation. It feeds on insect larvae, crustaceans, mollusks, and can also eat fish eggs and aquatic plants. The body of the fish is covered with small bony plates. On the back there are 8 to 11 separate prickles, bent in different directions. Its back is olive green, the sides are light-colored. Adult fish can reach 7 cm in length.
  2. Three-spined stickleback is a fish species of the gasterosteidae or stickleback family. It is wide spread in the northern regions of the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, in the White Sea and also the water bodies of Europe. It got its name for the three spines located in front of its dorsal fin. It feeds on small crustaceans, roe, insect larvae and fry. Three-spined stickleback's body length varies from 4 to 10 cm, whereas its weight may be up to 10 g.
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