• fin, fur and feather(s)
  • 魚類,獣類および鳥類
  • A saddle-like marking may be apparent between first and second dorsal fins.
  • Wikipedia: Oceanic whitetip shark
  • By 1913, this species became rare, and the catch of fin and blue whales began to increase.
  • Wikipedia: Sei whale
  • Cruise ships en route to and from the Antarctic Peninsula sometimes encounter fin whales in the Drake Passage.
  • Wikipedia: Fin whale
  • Female sharks grow larger than males in the North Atlantic, with maximum confirmed fork lengths (snout tip to caudal fin fork) of 2.5 m (8.2 ft) for males and 3.0 m (9.8 ft) for females.
  • Wikipedia: Porbeagle
  • He also wrote an amount of literary criticism for Gonne's Irlande Libre and other journals as well as unpublished poems and prose in a decadent, fin de siècle style.
  • Wikipedia: John Millington Synge
  • Humpbacks hunt by direct attack or by stunning prey by hitting the water with pectoral fins or flukes.
  • Wikipedia: Humpback whale
  • Il est démontré, disait-il, que les choses ne peuvent être autrement; car tout étant fait pour une fin, tout est nécessairement pour la meilleure fin.
  • Wikipedia: Candide
  • In captivity, they often develop pathologies, such as the dorsal fin collapse seen in 60–90% of captive males.
  • Wikipedia: Killer whale
  • In the first movement of Quatuor pour la fin du temps the piano and cello together provide an early example.
  • Wikipedia: Olivier Messiaen
  • Later they are released and attach themselves parasitically to the gills or fins of a fish host.
  • Wikipedia: Bivalvia
  • Sexually mature males have swollen cloacas, brighter skin color, two lines at the side of the tail, and slightly curled fins.
  • Wikipedia: Olm
  • Sunfish fry, with large pectoral fins, a tail fin and body spines uncharacteristic of adult sunfish, resemble miniature pufferfish, their close relatives.
  • Wikipedia: Ocean sunfish
  • The bony cartilage also extends along the backside, from the dorsal fin to the tail.
  • Wikipedia: Pallid sturgeon
  • The crash site has been converted to a memorial for Karvat, where a copy of Lukashenko's decree is on the tail fin of the Sukhoi Su-27p.
  • Wikipedia: Hero of Belarus
  • The fin was easily broken off, and there was a threat that the eagles would quickly become underweight, diminishing their usefulness as a trade coin.
  • Wikipedia: Indian Head eagle
  • The fins (except for the first dorsal) darken at the tips; this is more obvious in young sharks.
  • Wikipedia: Silky shark
  • The main gun's lethality was improved with the introduction of a new armour piercing fin stabilized discarding sabot (APFSDS).
  • Wikipedia: AMX-30
  • Vargas Llosa's fourth major novel, The War of the End of the World (La guerra del fin del mundo), was published in 1981 and was his first attempt at a historical novel.
  • Wikipedia: Mario Vargas Llosa
  • When surfacing to breathe, the blue whale raises its shoulder and blowhole out of the water to a greater extent than other large whales, such as the fin or sei whales.
  • Wikipedia: Blue whale
  • Yaw was primarily supplied by rotating the tail fins in the same direction.
  • Wikipedia: Northrop YF-23