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Lemurs May Be Making Medicine Out of Millipedes

National Geographic - Aug 3, 2018
As Peckre watched, the lemur then found two more millipedes and went through the routine all over again. By the time she was finished, the lemur's bottom half was visibly soaked with a frothy mix of saliva and the arthropod's electric orange secretions.

Lemurs self-medicate by rubbing toxic millipedes over their bottoms

New Scientist - Aug 1, 2018
By Michael Marshall. Lemurs have been spotted chewing on toxic millipedes then rubbing the leggy critters all over their genitals and anuses. The bizarre behaviour may be a way to combat parasites that would otherwise set up home in the lemurs' guts.

These Lemurs Have Good Reasons For Rubbing Toxic Millipedes on Their Butts

ScienceAlert - Aug 3, 2018
Just after the first heavy rains of the season, Peckre and her colleagues noticed that some of the red-fronted lemurs were collecting toxic millipedes from the forest floor. The millipedes had been driven out by the change in weather, and the ...

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Watch Swarms of Millipedes Join Ranks to Survive | Nat Geo Wild

Millipedes are generally solitary creatures. However, footage shot in Senegal captured swarms of millipedes of the family Paradoxosomatidae. Why are they so ...