Much to my amusement, I found out that the local newspaper, the Schwäbisches Tagblatt, picked up on our press release and published a nice little story. The title “Räubuerischer Schlund” translates to “Predatory Mouth”, referring to the toothy mouth Pristionchus pacificus uses to puncture its prey. Pretty cool! The image on this post is the same one used in the press release, and shows P. pacificus chomping down on C. elegans. Click HERE for a link to the article. It’s in German, so if you need to you can have a look at it in google translate.
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