Monday, August 12, 2019

Do you know, Why shrimp rubs their feet ?

Have you ever see the shrimp. But have you noticed a strange shrimp behavior? If not, remember that during the sitting, the shrimp are always rubbing their feet together. After all, what is the secret of shrimp rubbing in such a strange way? He does not rub his feet to kill or massage his cheeks. In fact, he is rubbing his feet to clean his feet or to shake off the dirty garbage in his feet. The garbage is trapped in the garbage, the particles of germs in the tongue, while the garbage sinks in the garbage. With bare eyes, the shrimp's feet look normal. But if you look at a magnifying glass that looks larger than a microscope, the entire body of the shrimp is covered with hair. Again the tongue of the shrimp is covered with gum-like substance. The germs of the garbage are stuck in both the mouth and the tongue. It has two pair of padded nude paddles on three pairs of legs, which easily pull out the garbage. Again, in the pad of the shrimp's foot, it is also releasing gum-sticking fluid. With the help of this, the shrimp can easily move on the roof, even on the surface of the shrimp.


The garbage in the garbage can also be found in our food. While sitting, germs, germs, and germs of disease fall on their own, and shrimps naturally fall off their feet. As a result, our food is dirty. If our body cannot cope with the germs of the disease after eating such a waste, we are free.

Shrimp are the most dangerous enemy of humankind. It is more dangerous than tiger-bear. Because tiger bears do not cause such great pain to humans. However, the tiny shrimp, which can carry many germs of plague, cholera, and tuberculosis, will surprise people. And it kills millions of people every year. No matter how hard it is to sit down and stick it out again, it hurts people!

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