Most three-spined sticklebacks spend the winter in coastal waters or river mouths. They migrate in the spring to inland waters where they spawn. Their elaborate courtship has been extensively studied and described. They grow up to 10 centimeters in length and are common in the North Sea, the Wadden Sea and the European rivers. They are small predators, which feed upon young fish, small crustaceans and worms.
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