in cetaceans, the horizontally flattened tail fin.
the two lobes of the tail of a whale er related animal; also, the common name for parasitic worms.
horizontal lobes of the tail of a whale, used for propulsion.
In cetaceans, the horizontally positioned tail fin.
The two parts which constitute the large triangular tail of the whale.
the two horizontally broadened fins that comprise a whale's tail.
In cetacean s, the horizontally positioned tail fin, resembling the tail of a fish, but not as vertical.
the horizontal projections forming the tail of the whale.
The horizontally flattened and blade-shaped tail of cetaceans and dugongs, not supported by bone.
The front forelimbs of the whales, dolphins, and porpoised used by the animals for balancing, steering, and braking.
The horizontal tail of cetaceans (whales, porpoises and dolphins) consists of two flukes. Flukes have no bones and are all muscle. Cetaceans swim by moving their flukes up and down in the water.
The whale's tail is known as it's flukes. Humpback Whales can be identified by the underside of their flukes. Each whale has a unique pattern that can range from all white to all black..
Horizontally flattened tail of cetaceans (containing no bone).
The flat tail flippers of a whale or other marine mammal.