churro's

my bf and I went on a date to get churros, i bought us an ice tea to share and a plate of churros for two, with vegan chocolate dipping sauce!! it was real cute ^___^  

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In 1950, a flatworm-like creature (named Xenoturbella bocki) was discovered off the coast of Sweden. It didn’t seem to fit in any existing order of animals.

But now, this odd species has company. A paper in Nature magazine announced four new species of Xenoturbella species. They were discovered by scientists from Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego, the Western Australian Museum, and the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute of the coast of California and Mexico.

These strange animals have no brain, not gut, no gonads, no eyes, no kidneys and no anus. They have just one hole: their mouth. The genus name means “strange flatworm.” One of the new species is called Xenoturbella churro after the Latin American fried dough snack.