Tripletails are so called because of the long, rounded posterior lobes of the dorsal and anal fins that extend back to the caudal fin, giving the appearance of 3 tails. Adult tripletail float on their sides in the shade of flotsam. The young do the same, mimicking drifting leaves. They are common in Florida, Bahamas, Caribbean, Bermuda and south of Argentina.
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