Credit: EVGENY KOVBAN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Remora fish (Echeneidae) swimming in open water towards a large shoal of fish. Remoras are normally seen attached to larger animals, such as sharks and turtles. They attach themselves to their hosts using their dorsal fin, which has been modified into a sucker. Filmed in the Gulf of Thailand, Thailand.

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Remora fish in open water, Thailand

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