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French scientists discovered that the gordian worm (so called because it mates in a tangled knot of individuals) can sometimes cheat death when its typical host, a cricket, is swallowed by a fish or a frog. The worm flees the cricket’s body and then emerges from the mouth, nostrils, or gills of the predator.

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French scientists discovered that the gordian worm (so called because it mates in a tangled knot of individuals) can sometimes cheat death when its typical host, a cricket, is swallowed by a fish or a frog. The worm flees the cricket’s body and then emerges from the mouth, nostrils, or gills of the predator.

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