they have fins but no scales, only skin.
There are several species of fish that are commonly called "cod". They all have a caudal (tail) fin.
Yes they do. They are in the cod family.
Cod was a generic name for various kinds of fish (including hake and the haddock) and can refer to different fish in different parts of the world. In those parts of the world where cod refers to fish with scales, then cod will be Kosher. All Kosher fish need fins and scales.
The Atlantic Cod fish are usually greenish brown or gray on their sides and back with a white belly. Atlantic Cods have barbels similar to catfish and have three dorsal fins and two anal fins. The Atlantic cod is mainly found in shallow waters, close to the ocean's bottom. Cod feed on fish and invertebrates, like urchins, and shrimp.
No, it is not, a cod fish is a type of fish.
By the fish pushing its fins down.
all fish have fins
A cod is a fish.
of corse theres fins on the side of a fish :)
what do the dorsal and anal fins do for a fish