The caudal fin, more often called the tail, is used for propulsion.
They are to hold the composure of the whole fish. Without the bones they'd just flop around and wouldn't be able to move.
The caudal fin is the tail fin. Although there are four types, fish only have one caudal fin.
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The Tail or Caudal fin.
On a dolphin and most fish the fin behind the dorsal fin is the tail fin. Some fish, such as knife fish, have no dorsal fin or tail fin. Dolphins of course are mammals, not fish.
Those are the flippers, or 'pectoral' fins.
The tail fin of a fish (the caudal fin) is a fish's means of propulsion through the water.
The tail fin serves to guide, steer and stabilze the missile.
at the end of the dolphins "tail" is called a fluke
Blotches on the dorsal fin and tail fin(s) can be the diseases fin and tail rot, easily cured with medication.
If you water is clean and tempered right it will!
The tail fin acts as a rudder on a ship would.Turning the fish in whichever direction it wants to go in.
Humpbacks have a dorsal fin on its back towards its flukes (tail). The dorsalf fin often has a bump (or hump) on it, thus the name humpback whale.
The tail fin (caudal fin) is used to propel the shark forward through the water. This is done by the shark moving the tail horizontally from side to side.
The caudal fin is the tail fin,so yes. ^_^