Anti-Predator Evolution: Lazy Moths Taste Disgusting

Scientists find that unappetizing moths make less effort to escape attacking bats. You might think that prey would invariably flee in terror from a predator. But what if an animal was apathetic in the face of danger? A new study in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution published December 16, 2019,

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