Izawwlgood wrote:The males secret the enzyme that dissolves their jaws though, I believe, not the females.
Stepwise, I think it's easy to visualize how this could have happened, especially when you remember sexual dimorphism is a thing. Males that continued expressing angiogenic factors were able to subsist off more than just bits bitten off from the females. Males that chose to never release never lost their mates. The 'males melting themselves to the female', in my opinion, is likely an energy saving mechanism to alleviate the need to cling to the female using energy from jaw muscles.
gmalivuk wrote:Yes. And if wishes were horses, wishing wells would fill up very quickly with drowned horses.King Author wrote:If space (rather, distance) is an illusion, it'd be possible for one meta-me to experience both body's sensory inputs.
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