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Eating sea lamprey: They're not bad to stomach after you cut the head off

Thereís two sides to sea lampreys, according to Lars Rudstam, director of the Cornell Biological Field Station in Bridgeport.

On the one hand, they attach themselves using their mouths to the sides or bellies of fish and use their raspy tongues to drill a hole and suck out their hostís bodily fluids. State Department of Environmental Conservation officials noted recently these parasitic, prehistoric-looking aquatic creatures are causing big problems for Cayuga Lakeís trout fishery. ...  more

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