According to scientists, smaller animals drink the tears of larger animals to acquire nutrients that are not present in running water.
Watch a moth drink tears from a bird’s eye: https://t.co/kYR5Y6UXm6 pic.twitter.com/1WmZ2NJhEL— News from Science (@NewsfromScience) September 21, 2018
Watch a moth drink tears from a bird’s eye: https://t.co/kYR5Y6UXm6 pic.twitter.com/1WmZ2NJhEL
ughghghgh I just can't with that moth. pic.twitter.com/VtUcw67RIw— Madeline Cashion 🦈 (@madforsharks) September 26, 2018
ughghghgh I just can't with that moth. pic.twitter.com/VtUcw67RIw