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The lower one third of the pectoral fin is white.
The pectoral fins are far forward and low on the body.
They use their pectoral fins to walk about on the sea floor.
Their pectoral fins have been turned to yet more purposes.
In fish it provides the base for the pectoral fin.
The pectoral fin has three or four lower rays free.
The pectoral fins lie on the sides of the body.
There is also a single black spot at the base of the pectoral fin.
Just behind the pectoral fins are a series of stripes.
The long pectoral fins were down and its back was arched.
"On land they'll right themselves, get their pectoral fins out like elbows and start moving."
The pectoral fins are now of little use, though the fish still retains them.
There may be a white spot at the tips of the pectoral fins.
They use their large pectoral fins to rest on the bottom and to detect food.
Rays use their pectoral fins to fly through the water.
The pectoral fin is falcate, and also longer than the head.
They shrink a little in length and grow pectoral fins.
The anal opening is under the head or the pectoral fins.
It has large, "double" spot on the side behind the pectoral fins.
It can swim slowly or "walk" with the help of its pectoral fins.
A bright yellow line starts at the eye and runs to near the pectoral fin.
Then it slowly moves with its pectoral fins close to the victim.
The pectoral fins are large and wide, with rounded corners.
Otherwise, female and male can be told apart by the shape of the pectoral fins.
The pectoral fins tend to be high, and there is no lateral line.