What is the tail of the fish called?
It's usually just the tail, but you could say caudal fin.
The fish with the yellow tail is called an angel fish.
There are several species of fish that are commonly called "cod". They all have a caudal (tail) fin.
A fishs tail is also called the caudal fin.
The fin is the "Caudal Fin" and the tail part of the body the fin is attached to is called the "Caudal Peduncle".
Yes, it is called a fin.
because after a couple of months fish develop a symtom called youraspasweresmetail
It could be 'hard'. There is a fish called hard tail.
The caudal fin is the tail fin, located at the end of the caudal peduncle and is used for propulsion
Seahorses are fish, and are the only fish to have a prehensile tail.
Yes it is called a mermaid.
not sure the exact term of what its called, but it means your fish is about to give birth.
deepest part of the ocean floor called the abyssal plains.
Because they have spikes near the tail, which should be avoided if they are aquarium fish.
The use of fish tail is that its help the Fish swim faster than its preadator. Like if the Shark was after a Fish than the fish wolud have to use its tail to swim faster than its preadator which is Shark.
Yes, a fish needs a tail to swim.
The caudal fin, more often called the tail, is used for propulsion.
No. There is no such thing as a worm tail fish found in Wikipedia, but there is a New Zealand whip-tail that has been added to Greenpeace International's Red List. This species is used by McDonald's Restaurants for their fish products, but recent catch quotas have declined by two thirds, risking unsustainable levels. See the related Greenpeace International Seafood Red List link, listed below:
can you tell if a fish is a boy or girl by the tail
the longest fish tail is 9ft 11inches
seahorses have a prehensile tail. and they're true fish. from, anonymous
a fish with a yellow tail are the blue tang, yellow tail damsel, and that's all what know!!
Fish need tail because, it ( the tail) along with the fins propells it forward as it swims and navigates the sea.
It has a fish tail
The bony part in the fish fin or tail is supposed to support the fin or tail.
Fish with viscera, head and tail removed (some fish may have the tail on) but with skin and bone retained. MM Yummy...
it might not eat it but it can bite it's tail or harm the fish
Mermaids do not exist, but if they did, they would be born with the tail. A mermaid is half human and half fish. You can't be half fish without a tail.
To please the censors she wears a modified Bikini, Below decks- what might be called a Neptune Gown for formal occasions covering her fish tail. There is a Neptune Gown- it is similar to the Empire but with a fish-tail I have seen pictures of Gina Lollobrigida in one.
A Fish Tail is a Laboratory apparatus inserted to a Bunsen or a gas burner to spread the flame.
It depends on what type of fish it is and if it has any blood vessels in its tail fin.
a yellow tail damsel fish
Gold fish :)
"He was eighteen feet from nose to tail," the fisherman who was measuring him called. (5.6)
They have tail fins to propel themselves in water. It can also aid in steering the fish in one direction.
A Flying fish beats its tail between 50 and 60 times a minute
The tail fin of a fish (the caudal fin) is a fish's means of propulsion through the water.
The tail of a deer is called a tail.
Yes, baby frogs are called tadpoles. Unlike the grownup frog, tadpoles live in the water, and even have a tail sort of like a fish does, for swimming around. Tadpoles also have gills like a fish, for breathing underwater. The gills and tail disappear as the tadpole turns into a frog.
The tail fin acts as a rudder on a ship would. Turning the fish in whichever direction it wants to go in.
stretch a normal gold fish tail
First off all why would you grab its tail. Well I did it once and its tail fell of. The fish died and I had to deal with a crying two year old
the mighty giraffe fish
To help the fish to swim.
by waving their tail the fish can turn its head
Yes, Capricorn is the sign of a goat with a fish tail. Trust me, the internet never lies. I saw a pic.
Fish generally have 7 or 8 fins in total. There are 2 on the side; they are called the pectoral fins. There are 3 on the bottom; a pair of pelvic fins and an unpaired anal fin. Then there are 1 or 2 on top, called the spiny and soft dorsal, or sometimes just a singular dorsal. Finally, there is a fin a the end of the fish, called the tail or caudal fin.
Answer By swimming. The fish uses it's tail muscles to pull its tail back and forth propelling the water out of the way. Did you know that the faster-swimming fish generally have a smaller gap in their tail while slow fish have a bigger gap? Fish move by oscillating their fins and tails. It is a very efficient form of transport in the water.
When first hatched, a baby frog is a tadpole. When it grows legs but still has its tail, it is a froglet. The juvenile frogs are called froglets, by 12 weeks a tadpole has already a tiny tail and will sooner leave the water. When its hatched a tadpole but when it grows legs and still has a tail its called a froglet, A baby frog is called a tadpole or a pollywog. This is… Read More
Yes, yellow tail is a kosher species of fish.
you can know by their tail their tail the female's tail is not big and large.The males on the other hand have big luxurious tail.