These Tadpoles Hatch Super Fast to Avoid Getting Eaten by Snakes
It’s called “environmentally cued hatching,” and biologists at Boston University have been researching the phenomenon for more than a decade. The video is incredible, as the lightning-fast response from the tadpoles effectively saves their own lives.
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