1. Male Anglerfish Gives up On 'Essential' Immune System to Mate With its Partner  News18
  2. Male deep-sea anglerfish attach themselves to the females during sexual reproduction  Firstpost
  3. The Anglerfish Deleted Its Immune System to Fuse With Its Mate  WIRED
  4. Anglerfish Physically Fuse to Their Mates, And We Finally Know How That's Possible  ScienceAlert
  5. How anglerfish fuse their bodies without unleashing an immune storm  Science Magazine
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A study, conducted by researchers from Germany’s Max Planck Institute and the University of Washington, revealed that when male and female anglerfish connect they share a single respiratory and digestive system. A study, conducted by researchers from Germany’s Max Planck Institute and the University of Washington, revealed that when male and female anglerfish connect they share a single respiratory and digestive system.

Male Anglerfish Gives up On 'Essential' Immune System to Mate With its Partner

The Anglerfish that are found in deep-sea, 'fuse' bodies with their partners when they mate. The smaller male anglerfish becomes permanently attached to the relatively gigantic female. This results in their tissue fusing together and the two animals establishing a common blood circulation system. The Anglerfish that are found in deep-sea, 'fuse' bodies with their partners when they mate. The smaller male anglerfish becomes permanently attached to the relatively gigantic female. This results in their tissue fusing together and the two animals establishing a common blood circulation system.

'Inseparable': Anglerfish fuse bodies with partners while mating | Anglerfish News – India TV

Scientists found that in four anglerfish species, males attach to the females temporarily while in the other six, the fusion is permanent.Scientists found that in four anglerfish species, males attach to the females temporarily while in the other six, the fusion is permanent.

Male deep-sea anglerfish attach themselves to the females during sexual reproduction- Technology News, Firstpost

Underwater “sexual parasitism” between male and female allows two bodies to become one. Now we know the reason why.Underwater “sexual parasitism” between male and female allows two bodies to become one. Now we know the reason why.

The Anglerfish Deleted Its Immune System to Fuse With Its Mate | WIRED

Dating is hard enough when you have ample choice, but imagine drifting through a dark nothingness, half-formed and hopeless, starved for nutrients and love.Dating is hard enough when you have ample choice, but imagine drifting through a dark nothingness, half-formed and hopeless, starved for nutrients and love.

Anglerfish Physically Fuse to Their Mates, And We Finally Know How That's Possible

Deep-sea dwellers alter their immune systems to mateDeep-sea dwellers alter their immune systems to mate

How anglerfish fuse their bodies without unleashing an immune storm | Science | AAAS

The male becomes entirely dependent on the female for nutrient supply, like a developing fetus in the womb of a mother - a process called 'sexual parasitism'.The male becomes entirely dependent on the female for nutrient supply, like a developing fetus in the womb of a mother - a process called 'sexual parasitism'.

Deep-sea anglerfish 'fuse' bodies with their partners when they mate  | Daily Mail Online