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Flying fish by Yasemin & Hannah

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on 18 September 2012

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Transcript of Flying fish by Yasemin & Hannah

Flying fish can make self-propelled leaps from water into the air, where their long wing-like fins enable them to glide for considerable distances above the water's surface. This uncommon ability is a natural defense mechanism to evade predators. Flying Fish By Yasemin & Hannah Flying Fish are normally found in Barbados. Because of this, Barbados is nicknamed 'Land of the flying fish'. Flying fish can grow up to 18-15 inches in length, but most are only 10 inches Most flying fish live up to 3 to 4 years but some only live one year To glide upward out of the water, a flying fish moves its tail up to 70 times per second. Flying fish can be seen jumping out of warm waters worldwide. A streamlined torpedo shape helps flying fish generate enough speed to break the water’s surface, and large, wing-like pectoral fins help get them airborne.
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