Remora Fish and Shark Symbiosis Relation ship by X1* Havok on Prezi
The remoras /ˈrɛmərəz/, sometimes called suckerfish, are a family (Echeneidae) of ray-finned They are commonly found attached to sharks, manta rays, whales, turtles, and dugongs (hence the common The relationship between a remora and its host is most often taken to be one of commensalism, specifically phoresy. MUTUALISM. when both animals benefit from the relationship. in our case both the whale shark and the remora fish benefit from this. One curious example of symbiosis is the shark and remora This organ is used to attach the fish to a passing shark, usually on the shark's belly or underside. They have also been known to attach to whales, manta rays, and.
Беккер поставил коробку на пол и подошел к столу. Наклонился и осмотрел пальцы левой руки.
Лейтенант следил за его взглядом. - Ужасное уродство, правда.
Но не искалеченная рука привлекла внимание Беккера.