The Eurasian Ruffe goes into the kingdom of Animalia and Fish. Its family goes into Percidea.
What Is An Eurasian Ruffe?
The Eurasian Ruffe, is a freshwater fish found in temperate regions of Europe and Northern Asia. Its orginally from fresh and brackfish waters.
Common name: Eurasian Ruffe, River Ruffe, Pape,
CHARACTERISTICS OF AN EURASIAN RUFFE:
General Characteristics: Very slimy when handled, Usually less then 6 inches ( 15 cm long) Perch-like body shape. Structural Characteristics: Its olive brown to golden brown on its back, and paler on the sides with yellowish undersides. Behavioral Characteristics: They swim really fast from predators. They can damage other fish.
the natural habitat of an eurasian ruffe:
The Eurasian Ruffe's natural habitat is underwater. It lives underwater Northern Europe and Asia. The Ruffe came to lake Superior probably in the ballast water of a transoceanic ship in 1985.
negative impacts about the eurasian ruffe:
NEVER TRANSPORT A LIVE RUFFE. STATES HAVE DIFFERING REGULATION AND PENALTIES REGARDING POSITIONS AND, TRANSPORTATION OF LIVE ORDERED RUFFE. KNOW YOUR STATE STATUS. THIS FISH IS ILLEGAL. THEY CAN DAMAGE NATIVE SPORT FISH.