The 6 Phases of a Tapeworm's Life

Zooillogix ran across some groundbreaking research being done on tapeworms. The linked abstract below takes you into the life of a tapeworm with extraordinary first hand detail. Enjoy.

I rate this PG-13
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Truly, a remarkable piece of science. Only the best for Zooillogix readers.

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