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For manta rays, parasitic hitchhikers can be a pain in the rear, study finds ...
By Lena Meisinger - July 24, 2021
It is the typical picture I have in my head when I imagine a shark or a manta ray - always with at least one remora on their body. But I never heard that these little hitchhikers can be 'parasitic' to their hosts!

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