Rain puddles provide an impromptu spot for killifish breeding | Science News

Rain puddles provide an impromptu spot for killifish breeding | Science News

Frantic, doomed turquoise killifish race to get the next generation going before their temporary puddle dries up. Eggs just a millimeter in diameter can survive long dry spells in a state of arrested development encased in dry mud before rains fill puddles again and the frenzy starts over. Read more: https://www.sciencenews.org/article/killifish-can-go-egg-sex-two-weeks Video:… Continue reading