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Till a short while ago, experts thought cannibalism was a uncommon reaction to hunger or other extraordinary stress. Perfectly-recognized cannibals like the praying mantis and black widow were being thought of strange exceptions. But now, we know they far more or fewer characterize the rule. Invoice Schutt shows how cannibalism can boost the survival of a species by lessening levels of competition, culling the weak, and bolstering the powerful.
Lesson by Invoice Schutt, animation by Compote Collective.
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