Sea hare defense mechanism knocks out predator's sense of smell

03/28/2013 | New Scientist

Researchers say the sticky goo secreted by sea hares as a defense mechanism actually blocks a predator's smell receptors, allowing the sea hare to get away. The experiment is the first to show a defense mechanism that targets at least one of a predator's senses.

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