Monday, July 13, 2009

Nog steeds met die maan gepla!!!

Net soos die paddas wat gaan opsit in die vlei (wat eintlik n amerikaanse "folk" liedjie is!)

Amphibians around the world synchronise their mating activity by the full Moon, researchers have discovered.

This global phenomenon has never been noticed before, but frogs, toads and newts all like to mate by moonlight.

The animals use the lunar cycle to co-ordinate their gatherings, ensuring that enough males and females come together at the same time.



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