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Deep-sea anglerfishes have evolved a new type of immune system

Deep-sea anglerfishes have evolved a new type of immune system

Deep-sea anglerfishes employ an incredible reproductive strategy. Tiny dwarfed males become permanently attached to relatively gigantic females, fuse their tissues and then establish a common blood circulation. Studying why and how anglerfishes attach themselves to each other for reproduction could give scientists a better understanding of organ transplantation in humans.

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Anti-racism doesn't always require immediate action, says Professor Ralina Joseph. Sometimes you can start by listening without judgment

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