A team of scientists got the catch for the first time artropody behavior (including rabbits and hundred hundred) and their prey in an area San Martin, in Amazon Amazon.
The researchers, led by the University of Michigan (UM) and among Peruvian researchers, are capable of writing 15 of strange interaction and they were amazed to see how they were worms size size It cleansed tartan animals such as lakes, berries and bones.
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"Amazing biologist at the University of Michigan is said to have a fascinating number of deaths of small British abrasive deaths," said Daniel Rabosky, a leading biologist at the University of Michigan, and one of the authors of the study published in the # 39; Amphibian & Reptile Conservation Gazette.
The researchers were able to look at the behavior of the worms during one month's trip to "Los Amigos" Biological Station, around it God 's Mother
Although some species were known worms who lived in the Amazon fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals, there was little information about it.
"These events provide a picture of the links that have a web site, and provide information about something important due to uncommon similar colonial deaths outside the tropics"said Rudolf von May, a post-researcher at the Rabosky Lab and one of the authors in the document, which includes comments from 2008, 2012, 2016 and 2017.
The researchers made the biggest recordings at night, because during that part of the day the creatures are more active. there was through one of those trips when some of the students heard a sound and they were amazed.
"We looked and saw a big tarantula on the top of the oposum," he said. Michael Grundler in a video that was released by the University of Michigan.
In addition, there is a record of cGiant scalopendra egmpiras that offers coral snakes: "Coral snakes are very dangerous and can kill people," said Joanna Larson, one of the authors.
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