Posts Tagged ‘predator-prey interactions’

What a Sweet Way to Kill!

Once these weaponized insulins are absorbed, the fish go into insulin shock. The weaponized insulins do not allow any recovery, once inside the fish, the insulin function can’t be shut off, and the victim remains in hypoglycemic shock, unable to move, until the slowly moving predator ingests it.

10 Jan 12:21 PM 3

Are There Any Bristleworms With Venomous Bristles?

Fireworms, generally called Bristleworms by aquarists, can cause painful stings. After a fresh look, there is finally evidence that the fire worms have a venom in their bristles.

15 Dec 2:30 PM 4