The remora fish has a unique way of conserving energy.
- Remora fish have a large suctorial disc on their heads, which they use to hitch a ride on bigger fish.
- Remora fish feed on parasites that live on bigger fish and mammals.
- Remora fish are well adapted to conserve energy while finding food.
- Remora fish feed on scraps left behind by their host, and will even consume the excrement of sharks and manta rays.
- The remora fish is remarkably well adapted to conserve energy while finding food.
The remora fish is specially adapted to conserve energy, hitching a free ride on larger marine animals.
It attaches itself to sharks, manta rays, and even whale sharks, and covers many kilometres hitched to its host.
The remora fish has a large suctorial disc on the top of its head, ...
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