Why do fish need strong muscles in its tail fin?
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Fish use their fins for propulsion (to push them along in the water) and like boat rudders to guide their movement. Also, many fins are bony and sharp and provide a degree of …defense against predators.
the caudal fin.
It is needed for balance and propulsion.
the tail's for power and i think the fins are for like steering
The tail will repair itself provided the fish is kept in good clean water and is fed and housed correctly.
The tail fin acts as a rudder on a ship would. . Turning the fish in whichever direction it wants to go in.
It depends on the species.
There are several species of fish that are commonly called "cod". They all have a caudal (tail) fin.
The caudal fin is the tail fin, located at the end of the caudal peduncle and is used for propulsion
A fishs tail is also called the caudal fin.
It depends on what type of fish it is and if it has any blood vessels in its tail fin.
Yes. It is one of their characteristics.
so it can swim faster.
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they are born with them if they don't have them then they are going to die :(
It means that something ripped their tails or fins, most likely the teeth of another fish.
The caudal fin of most fish provides thrust to move the fish forward. An exception would be the seahorses which do not have the fin. Their tails are prehensile.