TG0135-Dr. Oceanic Whitetip Shark (Carcharhinus longimanus), and Pilotfish (Naucrates ductor). Pilotfish are semi-obligate commensal symbionts, following sharks, turtles, and other pelagic animals. Found throughout the tropics, pilotfish feed on leftovers from their host meals, as well as parasites and excrement. Egypt, Red Sea.<br />
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TG0135-Dr. Oceanic Whitetip Shark (Carcharhinus longimanus), and Pilotfish (Naucrates ductor). Pilotfish are semi-obligate commensal symbionts, following sharks, turtles, and other pelagic animals. Found throughout the tropics, pilotfish feed on leftovers from their host meals, as well as parasites and excrement. Egypt, Red Sea.
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