Why does the gambusia holbrooki eat other fish's fins?
They compete for territory, killing the other fish would just make it die, biting the fin lets it suffer
This is not a Betta question so it belongs elsewhere.
There are a wide range of different fins available for scuba diving. Other than dive fins, these include fins such as snorkel fins, paddle fins and split fins.
Orcas and other dolphins have fins to help them steer themselves when swimming.
Some of the adapataions that allow fishs to live in the water are gills, fins, and a streamlined body shape. The gills allow the fish to live in the water. The gills allow the fish to extract oxygen from the water. Its stream lined shape allow the fish to swim quickly through the water without having major problems. The speed of the fish helps it to out run its predator. The fins allow the fish… Read More
If it has the holes already just put the fins in and screw them in from the other side.
Tilapia fish has fins and scales like any other fish. The tilapis fins and scales are less difficult to remove.
The first dorsal fin has hard spines. The other fins are soft and spineless.
no usually just the tail , the other fins are for steering
No. They need something to stabilize their flight, and fins are sometimes used for that purpose. But there are other solutions. Note that outside the atmosphere fins are just an expensive joke.
Most fish have two pectoral fins. These fins are located one on each side of the fish's body and are similar to the arms or forelimbs of other animals.
Yes, you can eat the swim fins. (They're quite tasty really.) But you have to get rid of the other ones though.
Yes seahorses have 3 fins. One is the dorsal fin and I don't know what the other 2 are called. Type your answer here...
Remove all leaves and other debris from the fins, use a fin comb to straighten any bent fins. DO NOT USE HIGH PRESSURE AIR OR WATER, as the fins as rather frail, and may bend.
Shark is caught, then the fins are removed. With some sharks, the shark is thrown back to the sea after the fins are harvested, while with other sharks, liver/useful organs and flesh are removed for commercial sales.
To swim just like other fish!
They use there fins
Their side fins help to keep them stable and not to roll. They use their tail for locomotion and can be used as a weapon to hit other sharks or prey.
No,they don't.Mammals do not have fins but fishes have fins.
Large fins are fins that are large, in size. They are the opposite of small fins, and they are somewhat larger than medium fins. They are just a bit smaller than XL fins.
Geometry Five dierent n geometries are available. Geometric dimensions to be specied for each fin type are Straight Fins Annular Fins Longitudinal Fins Rectangular Fins Conical Fins Trapezoidal Fins Parabolic Fins Cylindrical Fins/Pins/Spines Truncated Conical Spine Triangular Fins
Fishes use their fins for protection and to swim. Fish can have single fins or a pair of fins on their bodies.
fins, tails, and any other appendages really.
It is made of shark fins and other delicacy .
pectrill, anal, tail, and i know the other one but its not there.
the other birds used their fins with sharp beaks and talons,
Flukes dorsal fins and pectoral fins
They tend to slow it down, and if they are not perfectly parallel to the main tube and to each other, can make flight unstable. In fins, small is better.
On various species, the dorsal, caudal, and anal fins are single fins, not pairs of fins.
They don't have fins technically squids do have fins but you can barley see them
how many fins do dolphins have? how many fins do dolphins have?
cooling fins are used to cool down the engine by having the cool air pass through the fins which gets transferred down to the engine, so on a motorbike like all other engine's the cooling fins cool down the engine.
There is no definite number of fins a shark can have. They can have one or two dorsal fins Always a caudal fin Two pectoral fins One set of pelvic fins
You have an aquarium and fantails hongkong pleco and a small fish that walks on fins what other fish will live with them?
can you tell me the name of a small goldenfish that walks on its fins and is only 2inche long at this time
Yes, they do have fins.
No they don't have fins.
No frogs do not have fins.
No they don't have fins.
no seals do not have fins
no fins do not have bones
no they do not, if your not careful there fins can stab you , but other than that they cant hurt you.
The ones in pairs are: pelvic fins and pectoral fins.
A typical goldfish has seven fins. They are the dorsal, caudal, anal, two pelvic fins, and two pectoral fins. Some types of goldfish have more or less fins.
There are two sets of "paired" fins. The ones on each side of the fish behind the gills are the "Pectoral Fins" and the ones in front of the fishes vent on the underside of the fish are the "Ventral Fins". Sometimes these fins are wrongly refered to as "Pelvic Fins".
I think that three fins are a good number of fins to have on a rocket.
The pectoral fins are in the front and the dorsal fins are at the back.
That will depend on the degree of the damage to the fins. If some of the fins are slightly bent there should be no problem at all. On the other hand if several of the fins are broken off the cooling will probably not be adequate, Is the microprocessor's internal temperature sensor reporting an unusually high temperature (this is the easiest way to tell if cooling is working right or not)?