Can Fish Swim Backwards?


A number can of fish can swim backwards, but usually do not. Fish that can swim in backwards are mostly members of the eel families. Fish move around by using their fins that help them propel them as well as steer.
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There are some species of fish that can swim backwards, but most of the species that can do not. Most of the fish that can swim backwards are part of one of the eel families.
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Basically, any fish with a swim bladder and movable pectoral fins can swim backward (bony, ray-finned fish).
Most fish cannot swim backwards. Those that can are mostly members of one of the eel families.
Fish use the sides of their bodies muscles to swim. The muscles in their tails help them to guide themselves and push. In contrast, the muscles in their sides help them to push against
They are not capable of swimming but they use powerful thrusts of their tails
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