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When a western banded gecko wants to eat a defenseless cricket or worm, it just gulps it down.
“Pretty boring,” says Malachi Whitford, Sex Doll Sexy an ecologist at Clovis Community College, in California.
But if the same gecko goes after more dangerous prey, such as a dune scorpion, it uses a different strategy: It contorts its body as if building up spring-like tension before lunging at the arachnid, Whitford says. Then, as soon as it bites down, the lizard begins thrashing around like a concertgoer in a mosh pit.
“Watching it with the naked eye, it almost looks like the gecko has some sort of medical problem,” says Whitford, who led a study describing the new behavior in the Biological Journal of the Linnean Society. “It’s just so fast and so violent.”Mini Sex Doll
To investigate more closely, Whitford and colleagues caught several wild geckos and scorpions and filmed the reptiles’ attacks in the lab with a high-speed camera. The footage suggests the thrashing may be an attempt to break scorpions’ delicate stingers or prevent them from delivering much venom. Or the geckos may simply be trying to kill the scorpions. (Read how tiny spiders de Love Sex Dollvour lizards three times their size.)
Whatever the case, the geckos have embraced a behavior that allows them to feed on a very dangerous food source, Whitford says.
It’s only one example of how predators get past even the most formidable defenses of would-be prey.Flat Chested Sex Doll
Raptors vs. wasps: battle for the treetops
Taking on a single stinging arachnid is not for the faint of heart. Then again, squaring off against a colony of hundreds or thousands of venomous airborne insects is next level.Anime Sex Dolls
Red-throated caracaras are social, medium-size raptors that work together in lowland forests in Central and South America to attack wasps of numerous different species. They often pursue those in the tribe Epiponini, which includes the so-called warrior wasps. (Learn about a related species, the crested caracara.)
First, the birds take turns dive-bombing the wasps’ nests, which range from grapefruit-size to larger than a watermelon. Each assault means risking painful stings, Doll Man Sex but eventually the caracaras knock the structure to the forest floor. The birds then gobble up protein-rich wasp larvae as the adult wasps flee.
“The red-throated caracaras are exploiting what’s known as the absconding response,” says Sean McCann, an independent natural historian from Vancouver, British Columbia, who studies animal behavior. “Basically, that’s when the wasps abandon their nest in the face of an unbeatable foe.”