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Lamprey ~Petromyzon marinus ~Lampreys (sometimes also called lamprey eels) are a family of jawless fish, whose adults are characterized by a toothed, funnel-like sucking mouth. While lampreys are well-known for those species which bore into the flesh of other fish to suck their blood, most species of lamprey are non-parasitic and never feed on other fish. In zoology, lampreys are sometimes not considered to be true fish because of their distinctive morphology and physiology. ✿

Lamprey ~Petromyzon marinus ~Lampreys (sometimes also called lamprey eels) are a family of jawless fish, whose adults are characterized by a toothed, funnel-like sucking mouth.

Sea lampreys are aquatic vertebrates native to the Atlantic Ocean. Sea lampreys resemble eels, but unlike eels, they feed on large fish. They can live in both salt and fresh water. Sea lampreys were accidentally introduced into the Great Lakes in the early 20th century through shipping canals. Today, sea lampreys are found in all the Great Lakes.

This is why I don't swim in the lake. Sea lampreys were accidentally introduced into the Great Lakes in the early century through shipping canals. Today, sea lampreys are found in all the Great Lakes.

Aquarium staff have unearthed a 'giant sea' worm that was attacking coral reef and prize fish. The 4ft long monster, named Barry, had launched a sustained attack on the reef in a display tank at Newquay's Blue Reef Aquarium  Workers at the Cornwall-based attraction had been left scratching their heads as to why the coral had been left devastated and - in some cases - cut in half.

A giant sea worm has been discovered at Newquay's Blue Reef Aquarium in the UK. The aquarium discovered the creature while they were trying to figure out what was attacking a coral reef and prize fish. They named it 'Barry'.

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This is a digitally drawn concept art of a Hive Wizard from Destiny. A light source above the character, hits him, showing his lighter and darker parts.