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Tadpoles adjust buoyancy to adapt to different environments

Survival and reproduction of many aquatic and semi-aquatic animals can depend upon how well they float. Tadpoles use various strategies to attain buoyancy, depending upon their stage of development and location in still or turbulent waters. Researchers have taken a closer look at the developing frog’s strategies to achieve buoyancy. Leer más.

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