Carnivorous Marine Snails Use Insulin to Disable Their Prey

Fish-hunting cone snails add a unique form of insulin to the venom cocktail they use to disable their fish prey, according to a new study. “It is very unlikely that it is serving a different purpose,” said Dr Helena Safavi-Hemami from the University of Utah, who is the first author of a paper published in [...] —> Read More Here


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