Sexual oddities plague bass in Chesapeake Bay tributaries

Sexual oddities plague bass in Chesapeake Bay tributaries

More specifically, Blazer said, males were growing immature eggs within their testes. They had become "intersex" — exhibiting characteristics of … In 2014, a huge tumor found on one bass turned out to be cancerous, which Arway said is "very rare

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