The sharks dorsal fin allows it to turn and maneuver in the water.
The Tail or Caudal fin.
a big fish with a fin out of the water
Sharks have gills usually four or five. They also have a tail fin that sticks up and down. A dolphins tail fin goes side to side.
Long fin and short fin mako sharks are the fastest swimming sharks.
Contrary to popular belief, sharks do not swim with their dorsal fin above water and if they do, it's a rare occasion. They generally stay mid-water or closer to the bottom. Hollywood and the media have characterized sharks swimming close to the top with their fin showing for dramatization.
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Well when sharks are up near the surface it automatically sticks out. Their fins are just pointy and it's not really on purpose. Although it can me useful because that way you know when there is a shark in the water and then you know to get out. I hope this helps and please recommend me!
Some sharks do, yes.
A dolphins fin is curved and a sharks fin is like a triangle.
Most sharks that are male have a extra fin on their belly or they have a extra fin at the top. Sharks lay eggs and do not give live birth.
yes all sharks have dorsal fins
the caudal fin
because certain country's are polluting the water and finning them. while they serve there fins as an expensive delicacy. shark fin has no taste fin is a status food.
Bull sharks move by flipping their tail fin back and forth. This creates a considerable amount of force which allows them to rapidly move through the water.
sharks are around form July to September, they are in the ocean, there will be fish with a fin sticking out of the water, but it could also be an ocean sunfish, or a hammerhead shark.
It helps them steer in the water more easily and makes it easier for them to glide through the water, therefore making them faster.
For their fins in shark fin soup.
It is like a triangle