Solitary Blacktip Shark Passing by Camera Followed by Remora
Remoras attach to other species (such as sharks, turtles, whales, manta rays, etc.) primarily because they do not have swimming bladders to stay afloat. Instead, they have modified dorsal fins called 'sucking disks' that equip them to bind to and travel with other species.
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