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This female squid lays eggs in antifungal goo
Beeps By www.gobeyondpink.com | Jul 11 2018

Bobtail squid’s females deposit their eggs in a jelly that can fight off the fungus that make the eggs go bad. These females have a specialized organ housing bacteria that helps coat eggs with a thick layer of protective jelly impregnated with the microbes. These bacteria make antifungal chemicals that inhibits the growth of fungi and some bacteria.

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