One group of false fish that specialize in hunting especially fast and maneuverable prey in the open sea have the forward part of their body divided into distinct necks, each terminating in a toothy mouth. They are able to hold these necks together into a streamlined form and may even have fins attached to them. In the species above, smaller grasping nubs hold the five necks together. These hunters swim as close as they can to prey and then send their heads in all directions, hoping to catch the tricky prey fish no matter which way it flees. Even so, they are successful less than two percent of the time and must keep trying. The individual above has a small brain and two small eyes on each head, as well as a large master brain and two large eyes at the base of the necks where the nerve cords all connect.
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