Living and breathing trypophobia
So, you have that trypophobia also known as fear of holes. Well, this could truly be a disgusting kind of fear, not to mention that you would always feel Goosebumps whenever you see holes in anything, even that fear of holes on the skin, bot flies and others. At some point, it could be a little scary and you do not really want something like this, not even on your skin and other environment.
The only thing is that, there is an animal that loves holes on its skin. Yes, this is for the reason that it is where the offspring live in, not until they could already live in the wild. Yes, if you have the fear of holes, then not with them. These are actually the Surinam toad. So, what are these Surinam toads and how does it looks like?
Actually, toads of this family are totally flat, having rectangular shaped body and a triangular head. It has large powerful and clawless legs and the feet are widely webbed. At the ends of its fingers, it has star like appendages assisting them for finding food. It grows up in lengths in between 5 and 20 centimeters, or 2-8 inches long and in mottled grey color. It has tiny, lidless black eyes pointing upwards and totally has no tongue at all. It has its sense organs at the sides of their body that helps them to detect vibrations within the muddy water.
Moreover, the Surinam toads are being found within the Northern South of America. It prefers to live within the turbid, muddy as well as slow moving bodies of water. It even spends its time upon the bottom, surfacing for the air. The diet of the Surinam toad consists of only worms, water bugs and small fishes. They even detect food that uses its fingertips and will be launching a forward strike just to claim it.
With regards to breeding techniques, Surinam toads have also have it unusually. While it is being joined in the amplexus, they will flip up through the water and in arcs. Throughout these arcs, the female will be releasing eggs, which have been fertilized by the male. After then, it will be embedded sat the back of the female toad, wherein they adhere to its sponge-like-skin.
Within 24-hours, the female back will react into the eggs and after 10 days, every egg would be embedded on its very own chamber. It will remain there until the metamorphosis has taken up the place and emerge as the completely developed toads. This thing makes a trypophobic person fears about Surinam toads. This is for the reason that, the eggs that the female toad has looks a little eerie on their sides. So, if you are one of those trypophobes, better lock yourself out and do not dare take care of Surinam toads. One of the ways for you to fight off your trypophobia is by not breeding Surinam toads at all. Just look for something else instead.
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