A Bloodsucking Fish May Not Be the Vertebrate Ancestor We Thought

Derpy from the side and hellish from below, the lamprey is the bane of the Great Lakes fisheries industry. A jawless, bloodsucking fish, the lamprey is often considered an ancestral early vertebrate for its rudimentary morphology and its larval life stage. Now, a team of researchers has authored a new study about…

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A Bloodsucking Fish May Not Be the Vertebrate Ancestor We Thought

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