Can fish fly? Certainly! In nature, there is a small family of marine fish, consisting of 77 species that really know how to fly. Flying involves the use of wings, and the fish of this family, otherwise. With strong strokes of the tail they quickly jump out of the water and soar through the air, using their wide pectoral fins. Flying fish are common mainly in the tropics and subtropics.
Their length varies from 15 to 40-50 cm In the main, the range soaring flight is about 50 meters, but these amazing fish is capable of using the flow of air over the water, to increase it to 400 meters! Being under water, the fish picks up speed. Her wings begin to unfold in the moment when the tail is in the water.
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