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Remora on green turtle

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Remoras (Echeneis naucrates) on the shell of green turtle (Chelonia mydas). Remoras are fish that have a dorsal fin modified into a sucker, which allows them to attach themselves to the skin or shells of larger animals. They are carried around by their hosts and feed on food scraps, external parasites and faeces. Filmed in Sipadan, Malaysia, Borneo.

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