Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Tadpoles break the tension with bubble-sucking

(University of Connecticut) When it comes to the smallest of creatures, the hydrogen bonds that hold water molecules together to form 'surface tension' lend enough strength to support their mass: think of insects that skip across the surface of water. But what happens to small creatures that dwell below the surface of the water? For tadpoles, they do something called bubble-sucking.