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Still, “if you haven’t got an anus,” Donoghue jokes, “you’re not going to be very comfortable anywhere.”
Despite its absent anus, Saccorhytus coronarius had no shortage of holes on its wrinkly potato-shaped body, including a ring of small openings around its gaping mouth.This bizarre ancient critter has been kicked out of a group that includes humans|Anna Gibbs|August 30, 2022|Science News
For a long time, there was a myth that face mites didn’t have an anus to expel waste.Your face is mighty mite-y. And that’s a good thing|Bethany Brookshire|August 11, 2022|Science News For Students
That guidance was out of step with medical reality, since internal lesions—particularly in the anus or rectum—can also occur as a result of sexual transmission.Why It's Way Harder to Get Tested for Monkeypox Than It Should Be|Jeffrey Kluger|July 22, 2022|Time
The babies born to people who had more glyphosate in their urine also had greater distance between their anus and genitalia, which is associated with higher levels of male sex hormones.This Roundup ingredient might cause cancer—but the EPA won’t ban it|Isobel Whitcomb|January 13, 2022|Popular-Science
Anus posterior, median; anterior tentacles, atrophied; foot broad.
Anus nearly always terminal, rarely dorsal, at a little distance from end of body.
Anus orange-coloured, and furnished with a bristle for oviposition.
Anus usually in the upper or oral half of the theca, and never aboral.
Anus in posterior interradius, on oral surface, closed by valvular pyramid.
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The opening through which feces pass out of the body.