Do you have an ultraviolet visual feature of your camping facility? If not, you may want to get one. Scientists in Wisconsin have just discovered that flying squirrels, which include two chimneys from B.C., are prominent under UV light.
Fairy? Initially, therefore, scientists based at Wisconsin, Martin Martin, based on the beautiful squirrels in his own garden.
Martin said Black Media Press It started all when the first flower toys were found in the pellets in 2017.
Try to find out if the frogs are in the # 39; His woody backyard is also fluorescent (they are not), he bought an UV flashlight.
Martin was outside the light, surrounded in some of the surrounding plants, when he heard activity at his bird.
"There are enough squirrels that come up to date that come into the birds and I've just been out there, he heard it and did not think it was a UV light in hand, "said Martin, who turned sharply into squirrels. "It was my way, & Smokes holy! & # 39;"
Upon UV light, the air squirrels turned to pink.
"The pictures do not make justice," Martin. "It's clear pink. It's a pink neon."
Being a forestry professor at Northland College in Wisconsin, or a "tree man" as he says, he met Martin that he was inconceivable when he told his colleagues who were knew mammal about the fur of Russia.
But at the request of Martin, the North American natural resource professor Erik Olson took UV torch with him on a mother's birth trip. Olson saw the pink tooths, so the little animal scientist in Northland, Paula Spaeth Anich, and soon became the professor to work with Allison Kohler, Undergraduate student at Northland at the time.
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Kohler, who is the principal author of his journal, published in Journal of Mammalogy, on January 23, to museums to test the examples of flying squirrels for the sound.
"We've seen it on almost every example, and so we knew it was something special," said Martin.
Martin could prove that there were at least two squirrels in Canada Glaucomys sabrinus (outdoor squirrel) which includes the database of about 130 lines.
Based on the length and latitude that was recorded in the database, two of the symbols from Canada came from the main B.C. Low: One from Hope and Abbotsford man.
It is more interesting for the years that some of the symbols, including Canadians, were collected.
"According to the database, one of the samples from B.C. was collected in 1894," said Martin.
Although the detected scientists believe that a profit could be caused by fluorescence in a & # 39; They need more research to be sure.
|Little Animal Scientist Northland College, Paula Spaeth Anich. (Photo inserted)|
"The next step is to dig into the space in the body, the structure, the protein, as well as the behavior of these criteria," said Martin.
"Does this affect their fitness or just what this is, something strange that happens when you live in an oily life? It is not known we do not know. "