A marine super colony scientists have discovered large-scale size zones from the Pyramid of ancient Egypt.
Researchers found 200 million cone-shaped areas in northeastern Brazil and examined the soil from 11 places.
A 2.5-meter tall, 2.5 m tall and 2.5 m tall, represents a vibrant earth-moving effort – the hills are not individual organs.
Each is replaced by "waste material". There is no problem in making the workers an underground tunnel with soil and soil soil soil soil hanging.
The authors of a new study published in the journal Existing biologyHe said that the "biological miracle" was equivalent to the ancient world and that it was still built in a civilized manner.
"This is the most advanced bioengineing effort in the single new species of the universe," said Roy Fall, of the Estebuel de Fiera di Santana in Braille's Eduardue.
"Perhaps the most exciting – the hills are very old – up to 4,000 years, like the pyramid age."
The specialty of the brazims, the covering of the deserted vegetation, the cuttings and the cuttings are hidden from these hills. It has been revealed only to international scientists because the land roof has been granted a few decades back.
Now the sample from the old hills is relatively old for the area with the oldest colateite colony in the area. Others began to build about 600 years ago.
They have developed a response to the drought mating environment. Annual leaf feeding is a time to harvest.
Professor Steffen Marti, a social chef in the University of Salford, said that these hills were formed by a single ocean discovered by tunnels that allow them to eat safely directly from the forest areas. Another writer.
"The dug soil is measured by 10 cubic kilometers of similar to 4,000 pyramids in Gji, and this is one of the largest buildings constructed by a single tree type.
"It is amazing to find a & # 39; anonymous & # 39; biological wonders that survive in this day and young age, both in size and age.
The use of dozens of small access methods on each waste bag is not the only tunnel in the night.
Professor Martin and his colleagues do not find a complex hiccup of tunnels that connects them with a rustic racket by checking halfway through road construction projects.
Each one has a large central tunnel – connected to the 10 cm long – underground tunnel network. Horizontal "galleries" containing dead leaves or larvae.
"The tunnels are not open to the environment, and their use is being proclaimed from the ventilation system," and they've wondered how and how they were created at such frequent intervals.
A theory is that a mound is from a competing colony. But they did not scramble or attack them in clogged places.
This indicates that the paper is intergrounding underground, and the tunnel brings enough food to the network. However, the test was scattered from the 50-kilometer hills. Response to the attack was already on.
Shared hints on the tunnel chain are a key way to find local neighbors. Professor Martin and his colleagues suggest that these sponge markers may be able to ensure maximum efficiency and lead to equal intervals to each mount point.