Government study reveals why snails have sex
It was recently revealed that the National Science Foundation awarded a grant to the University of Iowa for the purpose of conducting research into why New Zealand mud snails go to the trouble of having sex when they are perfectly capable of reproduction by themselves without the need to engage the opposite sex.
The study cost just short of a million dollars, but it produced a startling revelation: The snails do it because it’s a whole lot of fun!
Everybody needs a little romance…
But will the Count call her back in the morning?
Illustration by Kim Harris
Story by Don Rudisuhle