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Image of the Day: Sticky Fish

Remoras use sucking discs derived from dorsal fins to attach themselves to other marine animals or the hulls of ships.

By | June 10, 2013

Dave Johnson, Journal of Morphology, doi:10.1002/jmor.20105

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Avatar of: rosinbio

rosinbio

Posts: 13

June 10, 2013

What non-goal-directed evolution has wrought is utterly awesome!

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Roy Niles

Posts: 85

June 11, 2013

Obviously there was an incremental goal directed and self engineered series of changes involved here.  Yet we still have people commenting that it proves the logically impossible is continuing to be illogically possible.

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