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People and their fish twins

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It's been commonly said that people often resemble their dogs, whether it be a good or a bad thing, but we can (pretty much) guarantee that no-one has ever likened someone to the fish that's on their plate.

Leftfield photographer Ted Sabarese decided to overturn this massive injustice by creating a selection of photographs of men and women, who look alarmingly similar to fish.

The Evolution series examines the link between us and our sea-dwelling ancestors. But if we were once fish and we're now eating them, does that mean in billions of years we'll be hunted and devoured by giant creatures too? Discuss.

You can see more if his work here.

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