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Thus, if sharks can sun tan, it seems likely that they — like humans — can also sun burn. A dorsal fin poking out of the water for extended periods would receive much harsher. Book article from: A Dictionary of Zoology dorsal fin The unpaired fin located on the back (dorsal surface) of both bony fish and sharks. It may be single and soft-rayed, as in trout. Not all sharks has a second dorsal fin. 9. Caudal fin-- The caudal fin is the tail fin. In sharks, the caudal fin is heterocercal which means it has an upper lobe that is usually. 1.5-inch hi-fin banded shark fresh out of the bag. LA Same guy five hours later. He'll darken up more. Note bent dorsal. LA Same guy the next day. Rights-managed stock photo - Goldfish in bowl with shark dorsal fin on blue background (Digital Composite) by Photographer's Choice photographed by Tim Hawley.





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