Aposematism Aposematic Mimicry
- Lemmings use multicoloured fur and loud shrieks to warn predators to stay away
- They may have a reputation for committing suicide, but it appears that lemmings actually have a powerful survival mechanism.
- Poisonous Snakes Can't Resist Toxic Toad Tucker...or Can They?
- Can you imagine a circumstance when it would be beneficial to eat something poisonous?
- If you see a glowing millipede, best not to bite it
- If you go down to the woods of California today, you might be in for a big surprise. At night, the forests crawl with sinuous shapes that glow with an eerie greenish-blue colour.
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