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Fish that snoozes for YEARS without any food or water could help scientists crack suspended animation in humans: http://ow.ly/R1uBy The African lungfish (pictured) can sleep for three to five years without any sustenance, only to wake up when water becomes available. The researchers claim that in the process they slow down their biological clock

Fish that snoozes for YEARS without any food or water could help scientists crack suspended animation in humans: http://ow.ly/R1uBy The African lungfish (pictured) can sleep for three to five years without any sustenance, only to wake up when water becomes available. The researchers claim that in the process they slow down their biological clock

Breeding with jawfish works when a female lays her eggs in a male's mouth and he fertilises and incubates them.He will hide the eggs in a burrow while feeding on zooplankton as they float by.

Breeding with jawfish works when a female lays her eggs in a male's mouth and he fertilises and incubates them.He will hide the eggs in a burrow while feeding on zooplankton as they float by.

.Mating rituals: signals made by members of one sex to attract or maintain the attention of potential mate, or to cement a pair bond. These frequently involve the display of body parts, body postures (gazelles assume characteristic poses as a signal to initiate mating), or the emission of scents or calls, that are unique to the species, thus allowing the individuals to avoid mating with members of another species which would be infertile.

.Mating rituals: signals made by members of one sex to attract or maintain the attention of potential mate, or to cement a pair bond. These frequently involve the display of body parts, body postures (gazelles assume characteristic poses as a signal to initiate mating), or the emission of scents or calls, that are unique to the species, thus allowing the individuals to avoid mating with members of another species which would be infertile.

I dream of a world where we admire this beauty from afar for what it is and let it be. They are conscious creatures, alive, and a part of this earth, not trophies to adorn the walls of our homes.

I dream of a world where we admire this beauty from afar for what it is and let it be. They are conscious creatures, alive, and a part of this earth, not trophies to adorn the walls of our homes.

Coconut Crab: The Coconut Crab is the only species of the genus Birgus and is related to the terrestrial hermit crabs of the genus Coenobita ~ [Wikipedia]

Coconut Crab: The Coconut Crab is the only species of the genus Birgus and is related to the terrestrial hermit crabs of the genus Coenobita ~ [Wikipedia]

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