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- adj. Lacking a fin or fins, without fins.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. destitute of fins.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Destitute of fins: as, finless fish.
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This porpoise's main characteristics are the lack of any dorsal fin (hence the name "finless"), the lack of a beak and the rounded forehead, which rises steeply from the animal's snout, often forming a bulbous "melon" above the upper lip.
Good job with the dad encouraging .... what's next? .... finless brown trout?
One of the divers provided a video that shows the finless bodies of dead sharks on the ocean floor.
Here's the home waters of the rare finless brown trout
When the divers swam down deeper, they found a shocking amount of sharks lying on the ocean floor, finless.
Yangtze finless porpoises, fondly known as river pigs, arced out of the water.
"In desperation, the company hurried up designs on a finless rear fender."
So you get not only the heady smell of finless-brown trout, you had to deal with all the tri folks flocking to the flattest part of all Atlanta.
The reserve is home to 180 different fish species, including the already endangered Chinese sturgeon and the finless porpoise.
The baiji dolphin, the ancient river sturgeon and the finless porpoise depend on the Yangtze for their survival.