Lobsters use their legs to taste.
Chemosensory hairs on the legs and feet detect food. Small antennae in front of their eyes are employed to track for food from a distance. "If you watch a lobster in a tank in a market, you'll notice that they're flipping about, looking for food, dissolved chemicals in the water," Bayer explains.
Scientists thought this dinosaur-era tree went extinct 150 million years ago — but then it was found growing wild in Australia.