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Cave Insects Copulating

Credit: Current Biology, Yoshizawa et al.
Females with penislike genitals and males with vaginalike organs are cases of a new extreme reversal of sex roles researchers have discovered in little-known…Read More »





cave insects. These are the first examples of animals with genitalia that reverse the traditional sex roles.    Less «
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