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Hi, how are ya? This linophryne anglerfish is perfectly normal. 🙂 Male anglerfish are obligatory sexual parasites — meaning they will have to attach themselves to an anglerfish of the opposite sex for maturation and reproduction to occur. 

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This tiny parasitic arachnid is known as a tick. Once it flips itself over, you can expect that it will be looking to feed on the blood of almost anything it can sink its teeth into. This includes mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians.

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Oh, dang nematodes! These creatures are literally everywhere! They have successfully adapted to nearly every ecosystem on Earth and represent 90% of all animals on the ocean floor. 

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This year, the Nobel Prize award in physics went to three hard-working scientists who spent decades demonstrating that black holes are much more than a cool idea.
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When a Cordyceps fungus attacks a host, the mycelium invades and takes control of the body — replacing the host tissue. An elongated fruit body (ascocarp) will then spring forth and release the spores. Ensuring that the zombie bug apocalypse continues.

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When frogs mate, the male climbs on the back of the female and wraps his forelimbs around her body, this position is called amplexus and may be held for several days. The male’s grip during amplexus stimulates the female to release eggs.

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