What do giant green hermaphroditic banana slugs tell us about what it means to be a vital community?
In their latest episode, the KQED science series Deep Look explores the world of banana slugs, the giant yellow slugs that populate the forests of the West Coast of North America from Santa Cruz, California, to Southeastern Alaska. ... Read Post
Banana slugs are hermaphrodites and have both a dingaling (that comes out of the top of it's head -- think unicorn, but with a dong instead of a horn) and hoo-ha (I'm ten). So when they mate they usually both give and receive. But w... Read Post