Many fish thrive in Antarctic waters where the temperature is always below zero. How do they manage to keep their body fluids from freezing?

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Fish in antartica where temperature is below zero possess antifreezing protein i.e glycerol or glycoprotein which helps in reducing the freezing point of their body fluids and allows them to survive at temperature below zero.

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Dear student,

Fish in antartica where temperature is below zero?possess antifreezing protein i.e glycerol or glycoprotein which helps in reducing the freezing point of their body fluids and allows them to survive at temperature below zero.

Regards
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Dear student,

Fish in antartica where temperature is below zero possess antifreezing protein i.e glycerol or glycoprotein which helps in reducing the freezing point of their body fluids and allows them to survive at temperature below zero.

Regards
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