Shrimp whose colonies are visited by injured fish seeking the removal of parasites do not, as previously feared, take advantage of the injured fish by eating them or their mucus. | Harper's Magazine

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Shrimp whose colonies are visited by injured fish seeking the removal of parasites do not, as previously feared, take advantage of the injured fish by eating them or their mucus.

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Shrimp whose colonies are visited by injured fish seeking the removal of parasites do not, as previously feared, take advantage of the injured fish by eating them or their mucus.

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