These Cockroaches Start Eating Each Other After Sex, And Not Because They're Hungry
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February 18, 20213 min read, 513 words

These Cockroaches Start Eating Each Other After Sex, And Not Because They're HungryThese Cockroaches Start Eating Each Other After Sex, And Not Because They're Hungry

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Published: February 18, 2021  |  3 min read, 513 words
Male and female wood roaches are one of the few insect couples suspected of truly . The secret to one species' long-lasting love? A bit of mutual cannibalism.In a revelry of post-coital bliss, mating cockroaches (Salganea taiwanensis) have been filmed chowing down on each other's...
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