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The fin on the bottom of fish located between the anal vent (hole) and the tail.
Anal Fin
The ability to stay afloat in water.
Buoyancy
The fin running down the back of fish.
Dorsal Fin
A large group of fish that travel together.
School
The tail fin of fish.
Caudal Fin
The exterior gill cover.
Operculum
the parts of a fish's body that help the animal steer, propel and stay balanced in the water.
Fins
the organs on each side of a fish's head that allow the animal to breathe while swimming.
Gills
A sac or pouch of tissue which is used by fish to maintain a neutral or certain level of buoyancy.
Swim Bladder
The fins appearing on each side of the fish immediately behind the gill opening.
Pectoral Fins
One of many flat, tiny, ridged plates covering the outside of a fish's body.
Scales