Can a fish survive without a tail?
Fish ‘survives six months’ without a tail and half of its body | The Independent | The Independent.
Can a fin regrow?
Fish have a high ability to regenerate fins, including the caudal fin. After caudal fin amputation, original bi-lobed morphology is reconstructed during its rapid regrowth.
Why are my fish’s fins torn?
Fin rot is a common symptom of a bacterial disease that can affect a variety of fish, from Betta fish to goldfish. It is often caused by a dirty tank, poor care, or exposure to other fish who have infectious diseases. Your infected fish may have fins that appear to be torn and ragged, as if they are rotting away.