Guests might start to wonder what's on the other side of the wall when you mount this set of five Fish Tail Wall Sculptures. Hang them in a group...or school...or spread them around to add a little fishy flair to several rooms.
Made from wood and given a distressed finish, these fanciful fish tails will add a little aquatic whimsy to your décor. Who knew there was such variety in the shapes of fish tails? And this is just five examples!
The tail of a fish is more accurately called the caudal fin, and it is primarily responsible for propelling the fish through the water. Muscles along the sides of the fish's body swing the caudal fin from side to side, generating forward motion. Other fins on the back and sides of the fish provide stability and help the fish maneuver through the water. These fish tail wall sculptures, on the other hand, certainly won't be swimming away any time soon.