Due to the inaccessibility of its habitat, little is known about the toothless blindcat. Its sucker-like mouth and the mud-like contents of its stomach suggest that it feeds on fungal growths and detritus found amongst the soft bottom of the underground pool (5) (6). It is likely that is searches continuously and randomly for food on the bottom, without the need for effective sense organ to locate a meal (6). Olfaction, the sense of smell, appears to be the most effective sense the toothless blindcat possesses, which is possibly used to locate a potential mate (6).
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