<p>F<strong>ig. 4.6.</strong> A sample of fish skeletons displayed at the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. shows the diversity of fish skeletons, from a jawless hagfish (upper left), to a bat ray (bottom left), to a shark jaw (middle), to a flounder flat fish (upper right), to a bill fish and other ray finned fishes (lower right).</p>

Fig. 4.6. A sample of fish skeletons displayed at the Smithsonian Institution National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C. shows the diversity of fish skeletons, from a jawless hagfish (upper left), to a bat ray (bottom left), to a shark jaw (middle), to a flounder flat fish (upper right), to a bill fish and other ray finned fishes (lower right).

Photos by Kanesa Duncan Seraphin