Zoologger: Moose dribble turns off grass's toxic defenses
from New Scientist
We've all eaten something that doesn't agree with us, but probably not on the scale that moose do. They eat a grass that is so toxic, it can make animals' hooves fall off. Yet the moose are resolutely hoofed, suggesting they have a way to counteract the toxin.
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