- Spines and Genital Warfare: How Neil deGrasse Tyson Got Sex Wrong
- And hermaphroditic flatworms stage epic penis battles, using their dueling members to outmaneuver each other and impregnate their rivals. These skirmishes leave the loser with gaping wounds in addition to an infusion of worm sperm. While this sounds ...
- Franken Flatworms Grow Heads and Brains of Other Species
- Call them Franken flatworms. Scientists have created worms with the heads and brains of other species just by manipulating cell communication. The research is an example of how development is controlled by more than genetics alone.
- Biologist explains benefits of flatworms
- TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) – You might mistake flatworms for leaches if you find them under a rock or near a stream. That's of course if you can spot them at all.
- These flatworms plunge their penises into their own heads to inject themselves
- The flatworm Macrostomum hystrix isn't exciting to look at. Its diet of microalgae doesn't raise any eyebrows, and you probably wouldn't even notice one if you came across it in its native habitat.
- How to handle flatworms
- Answer: The flatworm, or land planarian, is a nasty little beast that can be devastating to earthworms and other beneficial organisms in the garden. Cutting them up doesn't work because all the pieces will grow back into healthy worms.
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