(National Geographic) Female black dragonfish—such as this newfound specimen of the Idiacanthusgenus—are “fierce predators” of small fish. Interestingly, male dragonfish lack teeth and a functional gut, and are thought to live only long enough to breed 

(National Geographic) Female black dragonfish—such as this newfound specimen of the Idiacanthusgenus—are “fierce predators” of small fish. Interestingly, male dragonfish lack teeth and a functional gut, and are thought to live only long enough to breed 


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