Striped bass is a predator which eats smaller fish, whereas parasites are creatures which attach themselves to larger organisms and live off of them. It’s also a legally protected game fish in the US.
No one character alone characterizes the striped bass, but rather the combination of fin structure and arrangement with general outline and structure of the jaw. I could not find anything about it being specifically a “parasite fish” but they CAN carry parasites.
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