Why baby flatfish grow into the wonkiest animals in the world
Noriyuki Otani / Alamy Stock PhotoBy Alice KleinThe mystery of how a Japanese flatfish pushes both eyes to one side of its body has finally been unravelled. When Japanese flounder (Paralichthys olivaceus) are newly hatched, they have eyes on opposite sides of their heads just like most other fish. But after three weeks, one eye migrates over the top...
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