"Cranes have a single mate for life, isn't that beautiful? What is also beautiful is that I am poly, partnered and practicing ENM, I CANNOT host. I can't stress that enough. My partner and her boyfriend only just let me back into the basement after the last Feeld date I tried to sneak in. What were we talking about? Ah yes, why I'm no longer allowed back at the Denver Zoo's crane exhibit..."
Australia’s southern gastric brooding frog was a very distinctive amphibian that had a unique method of reproduction: the female swallowed her eggs shortly after they were laid, somehow transforming her stomach from an organ of digestion into a brood chamber. Months later, fully formed froglets would leap from their mother’s mouth. Medical researchers hoped that the species’ ability to transform its stomach might hold the key to curing various digestive ailments. But just eleven years after it was discovered, and before medical researchers could study it, the southern gastric brooding frog became extinct.