What Is the Meaning of a Whale Tail?

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A whale's tail is called a fluke and it used in swimming. Flukes are also used in lobtailing by whales, an activity in which a whale sticks out its tail into the air then swings it around and smacks it on the water's surface.
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A whale's tail is called a fluke.
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Whales typically give birth to one calf at a time, although twin fetuses can occur on rare occasions. Mature females of most species, including humpback, beluga and blue whales, usually
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A whale's fluke is a lobe or branch of the laterally flattened tail of a marine mammal eg, whale. Either of the two lobes of the tail of a cetacean.
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