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How can you tell a male capelin from a female?

Asked: Sébastien Provencher, Last Updated:

The male has overdeveloped pectoral and anal fins which it uses to grasp the female and to dig a depression in the sea bottom in which to bury the eggs and milt. The female can be recognized by her abdomen swollen with eggs.

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