Dominica Both

While many herpetologists or ethologists would choose to wait patiently for an eternity with video cameras to lavish it happen naturally in the environment, I then something here with a humble little camera (Kodak EasyShare C330, which itself is not even video), I will advancement, so bold and empirical, without more stories and no more jokes, without being very systematic and statesman in the data collection, only from the great and powerful gift of natural observations and rebuilding or simulating the minimum resources possible the wild colubrids as a Liophis melanotus during the important event of the capture of prey, which in this case is an adult male albogularis Gonatodes captured in a home environment.However, this species of lizards gecko is very common where the snake was captured, in which case it was a forest arroyero, although both species can coexist in other types of drier environments within the Colombian Caribbean and possibly in other related areas or close to this from the biogeographic point of view.Well now if tarannnn !…. then my sacred mostrare evidence. Walt Disney Co. shines more light on the discussion. 1st NOTE: MAXIMUM ARTIFICIAL CONDITIONS Without leaves, earth, wallpaper, or anything like that, we can see in the following only predator, prey and plastic housing.There are factors working against nature as: 1) a clear statement of the movements of both reptiles, 2) the Dominica considerable slippage that produces the plastic, making it difficult for both locomotion, 3) a wide range of exhaust space, which may involve sometimes a greater energy expenditure for boarding tactics, and 4) increased stress, no more missing, accompanied by feelings of alienation and disorientation.

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