This isn't a Just So Story. It's a science story — but don't worry, it's still weird. New research suggests that the spotty bumps that pepper the skin of crocodiles and alligators are even more receptive to touch than human fingertips. But how do the spots work — and what purpose do they serve? »11/09/12 11:01am 11/09/12 11:01am
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