From changing diapers to cleaning up vomit, human parents can have it tough, but at least they don't have to incubate their babies under their skin or liquify their own guts to feed their brood like these animal moms do!
In honor of Mother's Day in the United states, we've put together a list of moms that take parenting to another level.
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It's things like these that makes life seem even more pointless and unethical. Just bc u can create life, doesn't mean you should. We aren't "meant" to pass on our genes. Life has no meaning. There's no meaning to suffer.
But after saying this ofc, some dumbasses are going to think I am suicidal when the truth just needs to be told.
I was sad for all the tropophobes that there was no footage of the frogs emerging from the skin of the mother Surinam Toad. However, I am more disappointed that there was no footage of the Gastric Brooding Frog projectile vomiting. We must bring them back... for science!
When it comes to nature, not many things will get to me. However, aside from certain parasites, there is one exception: the Suriname toad. People talk about spiders and snakes and all other creepy-crawlies, but no. Those are nothing. This thing is what nightmares are truly made of. I learned about this abomination of zoology long before watching this video but even so, just hearing about it... Well, it makes me incredibly uncomfortable. So, SciShow, I sincerely thank you for not showing footage of the act.
Hopefully nobody tried to buy their moms a present from the scishow store. It's nothing more than a bait-and-switch scam. They trick you with a picture of a nifty trilobite any sci-mom would be proud to show off to her friends, but after they get your money the scishow sends you a disgusting lump of rock that looks exactly like a dog turd. So disgusting you can't even give it away to kids who are fascinated with fossils. So never give scishow any money, they'll just rip you off.
I think that a crucial mother was missed from this list... No, not human moms, the Giant Pacific Octopus. I mean the mom spends weeks in a cave taking care of the eggs all by herself, doesnt eat anything, and then eventually dies from exhaustion, and then the babies, once they hatch feed on her. Isnt this also considered Matriphagy?
After having my kids it really made me think of just how awesome our bodies are to make and grow a little human. I don't think anything is more beautiful than seeing a mother (any mother) growing her baby inside her. I know I'm weird but I think it's amazing!
“Sponsored by Ms. Williard’s 6th Grade Science” - That’s so cute and an awesome teacher who gets her kids watching SciShow. I hope she’s not sponsoring it from her own funds, teachers already work so hard.
me: ugh why do human babies have to come out like that, can't they be already fully developed and functional?
me remembering elephants: uhh... never mind 9 months is a perfectly reasonable time thank you
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