yes they can I had one that grew fins back in about three weeks
No, but a betta can get fin rot, which can damage the fins and tail.
With bettas, the males have longer fins, even the plakat (short finned) type.
No. A chameleon's tail does not grow back.
well the fins on its side are called flippers and the fin on its back is called the dorsal fin and its tail is its tail flukes
Giving the fish exactly the correct water parameters for its species and good food will help it to recover as quickly as possible. Fins grow on a fish in a similar way to humans growing finger nails.
fins and dorsal fins, and back tail flipper thingy
no the tail will not grow back
The tail fins help to steer it.
a lizard can not grow its tail back because it is not like a starfish
Yes, the tail does grow back.
Yes your bird's tail feathers will grow back. They will begin to grow back when your bird begins molting.
Male crowntail bettas have the large finns commonly associated with the betta fish with a small difference in the edges of the tail. Females have very very short fins with the crowntail edges
No they never grow there tail back once it falls off.
yes they do grow back
Their tails do not grow back.
Yes there is you put a the female in a smaller Tank and put a product deisignd for bettas to protect fins and scales and cleans and helps heal wounds. This can Be purchased at your local pet shop for aproxomitly $4.99keep it away from the male for a little bit to wait for the female to grow her tail or fins backIf the male betta injured the female then separate them quickily as possible put her back in when you really think she is ready.
Yes. A gecko will grow back a tail. It won't be as long or strong, but it will grow back.There are many reasons why a gecko's tail may fall off. It may fall off when in a fight with another animal, or the tail can also fall off if the gecko is stressed out. Unfortunately, if the tail does fall it will not grow back .
Techically no, but it depends on how it lost the tail. The fins and tails are fully regeritive tissue and should grow back virtually scarless, unless the damage is all the way to the base of the tail. There wouldn't be anything for the tail to regrow from. The damage would be permanent...
Their fins will grow back into their first luscious state after a period of 8 months. It may take longer if they are not kept in good condition (clean tank water ((change every other day)), peace, and good food).
No, the tail will not grow back. Mammals don't have the biological skill to do so, like lizards.
yes it will grow back so don't worry
Yes. Given good living conditions and proper food the tail will grow back.
no but if the beardie is not done growing the tail will grow with the rest of the body but the part that was lost will never grow back