Yes. There are a group of species call cleaner fish or cleaner wrasses that eat the dead skin and parasites off of other fish. They are common in tropical coral reefs. Some fish know to go to certain parts of the reef to get “cleaned” so these areas become cleaning stations. There are also mimics that look similar to cleaner fish, but they do more than take dead skin. They bite other fish and take chunks of flesh!
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