"What we've found is another species that's a skin-feeder, but most importantly, it's another species that's quite distantly related to other skin-feeders we've found, meaning that skin-feeding is probably an ancestral characteristic for caecilians," said Dr Emma Sherratt from Harvard University, according to PlanetEarth.com.Really? There's a bunch of them?
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Researchers Discover Amphibian Species that Peel and Eat their Mother's Skin
Sheesh - and I thought my kids were bad (just kidding, guys). Not only that, but