Are Walking Fish real?
The walking catfish (Clarias batrachus) is a species of freshwater fish native to Southeast Asia. In Florida, they grow to about 20 inches long and 2.5 pounds, and their distinct long bodies have long dorsal (back) and anal (underside) fins that run a good deal of their length.
Did a fish walk on land?
Scientists say, around 375 million years ago, that fish crawled from the sea with the physical characteristics to survive on land.
Can a fish have legs?
It is pretty hard to imagine fish having legs since it would make swimming difficult for them. But, there is proof that many aquatic species can walk. Fish with leg-like appendages have adapted to walk on the ground, including mudfish, handfish, and Garnai.