Do Fish Tails Grow Back?


Fish tails do grow back. The tails are fully regenerative tissues and should grow back nearly scarless, unless the injury is all the way to the bottom of the tail since there wouldn't be something for the tail to grow back from.
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they are born with them if they don't have them then they are going to die :
Caudal comes from the Latin word "cauda, which means "tail. So when an animal is caudated, it has a tail. Different species of fish can be identified partly due to the shape
Sorry, once a squirrel loses its own tail, it does not ever grow
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