10 animals did not know you actually use tools

10 animals did not know you actually use tools

Do not use tools in the wild thought, tool-less complex animals Homo sapiens apart from the rest of the world at one time. But now we know that we are not certain about this: not only animals that use tools, that animals make tools. When was the last time you made a tool?

Bottlenose Dolphins Wear Sponges to Protect Their Beaks

They will not Driftwood shell axis is poised against the Dolphins when combining thumbs, but dolphins do a fine job working with what he has got. As the bottlenose dolphin, for example in Western Australia, is mainly a hybrid helmet / mask to protect his rostra (NEB). Dolphins take a sea sponge in their mouths and put them “in the investigation of the sea floor”: this is called “sponging”. Sponge sharp objects and harmless little critters are supposed to protect them.
Hawaiian Crows Use Sticks to Dig Food Out of Holes

Album: Aloha, alala! Special “tools of the animals” A 2016 inductee into the club is also known as the alala air crew. From there, unfortunately, there are only about 100 of their friends in existence, but they’re hanging in there: Researchers discovered in September 2016 that sticks to dig food out of a hole 93 percent log in using population. Not only that. He also revised staff – had to do with human sporks – and they do not like to toss their own. Saying they do not find an acceptable rod lying around, they also manufacture their own “stick” out of plant materials.
Woodpecker Finches Use Cactus Spines As Spears to Hunt For Bugs

Galapagos Islands Woodpecker fncz is a clever way of recycling fell cactus spines: they use them as deadly weapons. Fncz researchers, are the spines of the bill say “effectively push” to extend, “in his body, trying to lever or” insect out of the hole in the trees. She, too, about this very picky: They shorten them as they are too long and will use more than it is doing the trick. Interestingly, children do not learn to use the spines of fncz adults – the trial and try to learn from mistakes – and some adults never use them at all.
Ants Use Leaves Like Wheelbarrows to Carry Food

Even teeny- man was caught using small insects tools: for example, jelly leaf pieces in controlled experiments, scientists Smearing is what we observe four species of ants. Clever little fellows that jelly researchers set out for them, and then, “after waiting between 5 to 60 seconds” (perhaps a plan?), They return with leaves pieces and jelly pile will be. Ants spent “Add 30 to 60 minutes” and to make dirty leaves cute little peanut butter and jelly sandwich jelly, drag it back to the colony, perhaps repositioning leaves before you start.
Some Wasps Use Pebbles as Tiny Hammers

Two types of wasps have been officially observe a terrible problem, use small pebbles as temporary hammers, which makes it scarier. Only female wasps do not show it, and they lock their doors as (basic to close their underground burrows on). Sometimes they take small pellets of dirt and “on top” of the “pulverize to secure your homes”, but that is not always the trick. Dirt smart wasps use small stones held in their mandibles as hammers to pound “in a compact plug.”

One Type of Beetle Uses a Poop Shield

This is a very dirty: Cassida rubiginosa beetle uses an “intestinal Shield” to protect against potential predators. No, beetles farting is not it literally made her own poop and dead skin is a shield “held in an elevated position back from a two-pronged fork tip of the abdomen.” Surprisingly, the slope poop helps stop attacking beetles ants. Beetles have prodded by humans and laboratory conditions skillfully maneuver to shield the attack will use the shield.
New Caledonian Crows Make Two Different Hook Tools

Hooks on the planet to prepare for the human species to hunt the wily New Caledonian crow. They just do not, or bending sticks: Researchers call it a “complex, multi-step process.” Crows, select an appropriate bit prickly plant stem and discard what they do not need, and then left at a fork with their beaks and claws craft. They also use the barbed edge of a pandanus leaf as a simple hook device.

Chimpanzees Use a “Tool Kit” to Catch Termites

Thanks to Jane Goodall, the world knows of “fish” for the use of straw and grass blades for chimps termites. But you know, they just use more to meet the original work? More recent research using a shovel rod penetrate Sometimes termite mounds of chimps and the use of “a” puncturing stick to the drill hole revealed after this. After which they break out to make it more effective, familiar “fishing probe” is actually modified their teeth in termites, they sometimes the edges.
Capuchin Monkeys Use Rocks and “Anvils” to Crack Open Nuts

Bearded capuchin monkeys, not only tasty nuts open using stone to crack hard nut to break even against the use of flatter stones as “anvils” the. They also worry about how to determine the specific location of the nut on the anvil nut they do not want to roll away. This is an effective way researchers say that some nuts are not so very large and difficult to use the same methods of strong men could not break them. Bearded Monkeys are the first primates caught using tools of any kind in the wild capuchins.
Blackspot Tuskfish Use Rocks to Open Clams

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