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Caudal fin of the humpback whale
As with other cetaceans, the caudal fin of the humpback whale is horizontal, unlike that of fish. It is divided into two convex and very serrated lobes along the trailing edge with a deep median indentation. It reaches a span of 9.8 to 13ft (3 to 4m) and allows the propulsion of the whale.
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