“They’re doing it again,” the naturalist called to his partner. The rare albino alligator species they’d come to study had the weirdest symbiotic relationship with a species of local freshwater crabs. As they watched, the gators lined up on the shoreline, allowing the crabs to scuttle onto their heads. They proceeded to march up and down the muddy beach, the crustaceans waving their claws in the air.
The scientists were baffled. They couldn’t discern any advantage in the behavior. They were just… walking around.
If the alligators could talk, they would have scoffed that the scientists just didn’t understand fashion.

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