Last year (or was it the year before?) I posted "Penis Fish".
It was an article from the New York Post that a few of you liked (Brother K!)
So, low and behold (is that an outdated phrase?)
The Post just published another gem:
“Very little is known about these animals in the wild,” Florida herpetologist Coleman Sheehy said.
Colloquially known as a “penis snake” due to its phallic countenance, this noodle-shaped creature hunts by using a pair of face tentacles to detect snails, lizards and other prey.
Thankfully, despite growing up to 5 feet long, this creature doesn’t pose a threat to humans.
This post is only intended for informational purposes only!!😒