Cookies

By clicking “Fine”, you agree to the storing of cookies on your device to enhance site navigation, analyze site usage, and assist in our marketing efforts.
Audio
Text
Zionm The Greatest
2
Reply
Copy link to post
Duck oG 188d
Duck oG
1
1
Copy link to post
 
Dezzirae
Dezzirae 188d
Dezzirae
1
Reply
Copy link to post
Mae 187d
Mae
1
Reply
Copy link to post
Duck oG 188d
Duck oG
Reply
Copy link to post
Jinx 188d
Jinx
Reply
Copy link to post
BrutalA 187d
BrutalA
Reply
Copy link to post
Add comment
Imagine being swallowed whole and then making a daring escape out the other end. That's precisely what the aquatic beetle Reichenbartia attenuata does when gulped down by a frog. In a study by ecologist Shinji Tsujura, this tiny beetle was observed wiggling its way out of a frog's anus after being eaten. The beetle's journey through the frog's digestive system is nothing short of remarkable, with some completing the trip in as little as six minutes. Tsujura's research suggests that the beetle actively moves through the frog's insides, using its legs. This incredible escape mechanism might have evolved as an anti-frog defense tactic. While other similar beetles get digested, our attenuata has mastered the art of the great escape. As for the frogs, they seem unbothered by this beetle's adventurous journey through their digestive tract. Stay sharp with Till!
30
13
Copy link to post
That's what she did to me last night.
2
Reply
Copy link to post
Bro, there's some little ass kids watching this... shit. Don't be watching some of this stuff, you're gonna see some stuff that you don't wanna see, now get off.
1
1
Copy link to post
How the fuck did you make your Spongebob?
Reply
Copy link to post
Guys, I don't think we're talking about frogs anymore.
1
Reply
Copy link to post
Oh my god, oh lollygaggers, oh whippersnappers, that is so, so surprising, oh my god.
1
Reply
Copy link to post
Like for real my homie, get off.
Reply
Copy link to post
That's nasty.
Reply
Copy link to post
Why'd he look like that, bro?
Reply
Copy link to post
Add comment
Follow Us
English
© Stereo, 2024
Get the full experience on the Stereo app
Open app