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  • Patty Scribner McPhall

    MALE JAWFISH MOUTHBROODING OFFSPRING   Photograph by STEVE KOVACS   In this incredible photograph by Steve Kovacs, we see a male jawfish mouthbrooding it’s offspring. It was a finalist for the 2011 National Geographic Photo Contest. Mouthbrooding, also known as oral incubation and buccal incubation, is the care given by some groups of animals [...]

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