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Why is a fish when it swims?

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Gillian Collins

Fish swim primarily by contracting bands of muscles in sequence on alternate sides of the body so that the tail is whipped very rapidly from side to side in a sculling motion. Vertical fins are used mainly for stabilization.

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Why is a fish when it swims?

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