Nothing is more heartwarming than a mother caring for her young—even when it’s a 6-inch-long centipede.
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After laying eggs, a centipede mother wraps her body around her offspring to protect them. Centipedes don’t actually have 100 legs—they have 15 to 190 pairs of legs based on the number of body segments.
Creepy Yet Heartwarming: Centipede Mother “Hugs” Its Babies | National Geographic