The males of one species of fish is a parasite of the females. They will bite onto a female slowly fussing their bodies, joining her blood stream and dissolving all of his internal organs except the testes. What deep sea fish is this?
The male anglerfish does all of these things. They are much smaller than the females and do not have the light that lures prey that the females have.
Asked by Todd Curtis · Last updated 1 year ago · 40.8K views