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African Beetle Eats Poisonus Plants For Survival
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African Beetle Eats Poisonus Plants For Survival
This clever beetle larvae steals the poisonous sap from an ant infected plant in order to ward off dangerous predators.


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Posted by kazchen on November 5, 2010
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