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REMORA LIVES IN TROPICAL SEAS, SHARES FOOD WITH HOST

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The remora, or shark sucker fish, lives in tropical seas and open oceans. It has a finlike sucking organ on top of its head by which it attaches itself to large fish such as shark, barracuda and tarpon as well as large turtles and whales. The remora - slender, striped and 2 to 3 feet long - shares food with its host.