It may be like something of a Christmas Night for Christmas, but researchers at UBC say that "zombie spiders" are the real deal. Now, they are not just zombies, but they are safe operated in a "zombie-like" trance.
So, although these grim christmas shrubs in such a way behave in such a way?
The answer is both obscene and fascinating: a newly discovered wysp called Zatypota tells the crooks under his gout. It works specifically with the social Anelosimus eximius Spin through an ice leaking in the abbey of # 39; a spin. One that demands the egg, her larvae pulls out her life from the armpit, and manipulates his mind. Essentially it's like parasite.
Philippe Fernandez-Fournier is the leading author of this underlying study, adding that although compared to the comparable behavior in the past, this complex level is never evaluated.
Furthermore, he adds that the instrument is relatively nice, but it does the most frightening thing. Once, the larva starts to "check" her host, it forces it to spin a cook. After eating their winnings, the wool from the cocoon is created, fully developed and ready to take the world.