Ameba vs Heliozoa!

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Ameba vs Heliozoa!

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Hi to all,
the video below show an Amoeba attack against an Heliozoa that will be mutilated.. :(
thake a look
best
arturo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAqw_KxP ... e=youtu.be

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SUPER !!!

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Amazing!!!!

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Extraordinary sequence!!! :roll:
(and high quality image, of course)
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Super video. :shock:

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many thanks to all for comments :lol:
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incredible! that's what you call being at right place at right time :D
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Super video. One to be proud of. :D
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He took a bite out of him. I guess he is immune to the spines.

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Wow that's one for small world in motion. Very nice.

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many thanks to all :lol: :lol:
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many thanks to all :lol: :lol:
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Post by naturephoto1 »

Arturo,

Excellent video. Congratulations.

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thanks :lol:
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Post by discomorphella »

Video e' bellissimo. That was incredible. The heliozooan left part of itself behind like a lizard shedding its tail.

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