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Loose skin and 'slack volume' protect Hagfish from shark bites
SCIENCE DAILY New research shows how hagfishes survive an initial attack from predators before they release large volumes of slime to defend themselves. Because the slime is released after they... 2 days
Loose skin and 'slack volume' protect Hagfish from shark bites
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