(ScienceMag) Maybe it’s time fish use sunblock. A new study has found the first skin cancers in wild fish, specifically in coral, bar-cheeked, and blue spotted trout swimming on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. The lesions and dark patches are a scalier version of what melanomas look like on humans, but it’s unclear whether they make the animals unsafe to eat.

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