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- redirect flow into the developing tail vortex, which may increase thrust produced by the tail of swimming mackerel". Fish use multiple fins, so it is possible...
- 'fins' flap. The basic biomimetic robotic fish is made up of three parts: a streamlined head, a body, and a tail. The head is often made of a rigid plastic...
- thing on its head, nor a fish on its tail. Only man made use of this natural brake-**** for forward propulsion. As the propeller rotates, so does the resistance...
- tropical and temperate waters around the world. It resembles a fish head without a tail, and its main body is flattened laterally. Sunfish can be as tall...
- violent collisions with propeller-driven boats and ships. Some manatees have been found with over 50 scars on them from propeller blades. Natural causes...
- and glowing light blue margins on the tail lobes and fins. Just like other fish in the family Balistidae, the tail is lyre-shaped. The mouth of the triggerfish...
- million years ago, a streamlining of the body and the growth of flukes on the tail which occurred around 43 million years ago with Protocetus, the migration...
- engine driving three-bladed contra-rotating propellers. The tail surfaces were a reflected cruciform v-tail (forming an x) that extended above and below...
- point like a spinning propeller when the lure is in motion, creating varying degrees of vibration and flashing that mimic small fish or other preys of interest...
- Thresher sharks use 'tail slaps' to debilitate their small fish prey and cavitation bubbles have been seen rising from the apex of the tail arc. In the last...