Meaning of tail-walking in English:

tail-walking

noun

See tail-walk

‘Recently it was discovered that wild dolphins are not only capable of tail walking on water, they have been found teaching other members of their group to do it as well.’
  • ‘Billie, a wild dolphin in the Port River, South Australia has been teaching other dolphins in the river the art of ‘tailwalking’, a behaviour which is extremely rare in the wild but is a trick much loved by dolphinarium trainers all over the world.’
  • ‘Dolphins and a number of billfish may perform the curious stunt known as tail-walking.’