A juvenile fish is any fish in an immature stage of development. The word “juvenile” is often used in biological studies in order to designate such individuals: e.g., “juvenile leaf,” “juvenile tree,” etc.
A juvenile fish is a life stage after “fry” and before “adult”. It is thought to be a period of life where rapid growth occurs. An example graphic with description is shown below at the website link for the Pearl Mullet fish. It describes each life cycle and the characteristics of it on its progression towards adulthood.
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