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Fish Anatomy

Caudal fin Caudal fins lies at the end of the tail and primary organ to move through the water.
Pectoral fins It is commonly found on the body behind the gills.
Pelvic fins They are found on the belly in between the head and before anal fins.

There are various size, shape, and details of fishes. Some fish are flattened, compressed, torpedo-shaped, decompressed and etc. Some fishes has spines, cleitral spine, adipose and others features by which can be recognized by the fins, gills, latteral line, body spot, caudal fin type, body shape and scales. Their appearance is greatly influenced by their environtment.

 

 


Kemaskini pada 2017-09-11 11:51:09 daripada Portal Administrator

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