With hind­sight

BBC Wildlife Magazine - - Wild News -

The long-bod­ied and aquatic olive sea snake can see with its tail, re­ports Molec­u­lar Ecology. Light-sen­si­tive skin en­sures that they don’t leave their pre­cious rear-ends pok­ing from their rock shel­ters for sharks or any other pass­ing preda­tors to spot.

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