By Katie W.

Katie W. has a degree in biology and is particularly interested in the different adaptations and iterations of non-human animal sex.

  1. The anglerfish swims. She spends her life in the deep darkness of the sea. She notices little outside of herself, only the glow of the occasional passing edible fish and the movement in water created by those too big to be seen in the darkness. Encounters with other creatures happen so far in between that, most of the time, she believes herself to be the only one. She forgets that her swimming is a purposeful…

    18 comments