Picture by: NOAA Fisheries Biologist Picture taken on: April 14th, 2011
Erin Strange saving a 215cm green sturgeon. Sturgeons are highly adapted for preying on bottom animals, which they detect with a row of extremely sensitive barbells on the underside of their snouts. They protrude their extraordinarily long and flexible “lips” to suck up food.
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