tail fan


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tail fan

n
1. (Zoology) the fanned structure at the hind end of a lobster or related crustacean, formed from the telson and uropods
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In her other hand, she carries an immature golden eagle tail fan. Another piece to note is the expertly made tack belt and drop that hangs down her side.
Hunters can use the Wiley Tom as-is or add their own tail fan for even more dimension and realism.
The full-strut jake decoy is complete with lifelike paint; a short beard; and a realistic, folding tail fan (or compatible to use with your own].
In fact, I have killed birds with just a tail fan on a stake that can be raised and lowered by a drawstring.
May be if we became a feather in the tail fan of the dove and not the whole dove and then did our little bit in many different ways the world would be a better place.
The four-winged dinosaur still had the basic body shape of its terrestrial lineage, and feathered legs and a large tail fan could have helped compensate when in the air.
Coupled with a curved-down crayfish tail fan, the Yabbie's custom molded interior jighead makes the lure body swing and undulate horizontally on the retrieve, exactly like a live craw.
It is an offence "mutilate" lobsters by removing any part of the tail fan as then it is impossible to tell if they were protected.
Supplied with the tail fan on they are already cooked and peeled so they only need warming through before being served as either a mouthwatering starter or main course.
Match the following words to the corresponding body part: carapace, antennae, walking legs, swimmerets, tail fan.
However, he couldn't find any instructions on how to actually make the items, such as a feather bustle, a tail fan, or a the man's breast plate.