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Animals also do social distancing for save themselves

  • University of Texas is doing research

  • Study on colubus monkeys species

  • Honey Bees already known


New Delhi: Animals also do social distancing. They keep distance from from

each other in advance and naturally for protection. Social distancing is a prevalent

practice in many animals. Through this, they protect the group from virus attacks

on each other. The subject has been the most in-depth research on monkeys.

Similarly, this social distancing is already known in the life pattern of bees. Iva

Wickberg, assistant professor at the University of Texas (San Antonio), gives us

new information about how to protect against corona when a virus infection in

animals naturally protects them from the wilderness. Can. It has become so clear

that in the event of an attack of a virus or a virus on one of the creatures of the

flock, the whole team gets to know about it. That afflicted creature also keeps

itself away from this group. During this time research on how the other creatures

of the Jungle defend him and save the whole group is going on.

Animals Under research were 45 female monkeys

Scientists on monkeys have done this research on 45 female monkeys. The

findings of this research on different species of monkeys in two villages of Ghana

have also been concluded. Scientists associated with this have found that

monkeys of different species have different behavior because of their internal

structure. This is mainly due to the presence of microbiomes in their internal

structure. In group living beings, the transition from one to the other continues.

During this time, their behavior and diet is now being looked after by researchers.

So that it can be seen that during which kind of infection which leaf the monkeys

eat and what effect those leaves have inside their body. Similarly, in the event of

the virus being affected by one of the monkeys of his group, which food method

other monkeys adopt for protection even after being kept away from it.

The whole world is looking for a way to avoid corona infection

At present, people are being advised to stay away from each other to avoid corona

infection all over the world. Its direct purpose is to prevent the infection from

reaching a person in the event of one person being infected. This infection spreads

only after coming close to each other, scientific confirmation has already been

done. On the other hand it is already known that wild animals also walk a distance

in such a situation. The one who has been attacked by the virus itself starts to live

and walk a short distance from the flag. On the other hand, other members of the

Herd also walk this distance after getting information about its virus or infection

being affected. Even before the Corona epidemic came to light, research on bees

had revealed that in the event of a single bee becoming infected, he kept distance

by informing his team. Even after this distance, the other members of the flock

keep an eye on them in turn. They make a distance on need and make it available

for food.

Apart from the monkey honey bee also do this

Following this new research on monkeys of the colubus species, ways of

protecting the corona from wild animals are being discovered. Because it is also

believed that this virus has reached humans through food from an organism like

pangolin. In such a situation, what is resistant inside the pangolin or how the other

animals of the forest survive even after the virus in the pangolin is being tried.

Ms. Wikberg admits that this condition has already existed in the creatures. In

addition, virus infection has been on them since ancient times. In such a situation,

how the wild animals have come so far to protect it, this kink will have to be

solved. Turn through Mann’s biggest global challenge is to find a permanent and

natural way of escape from Covid 19.

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