What adaptions have the fish at Flanders Bay made to survive in such an extreme environment?

From Casey T. and JD M.

Paula Dell

Hi Casey and JD,I actually spelled it wrong in my journal. It is Flandres. Anyway, the fish there are similar to the fish where we have been fishing. So they have anti-freeze proteins in their blood so that they don't freeze. That makes it possible to survive in such cold, cold waters. That is true of the fish with and without hemoglobin.
Ms. Dell

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