Bombats are fun creatures. Chubby and short legs, rare allergy, are unique before considering the unique ability to produce cube shapes.
Now in the United States, scientists may know how and why this phenomenon occurs.
Patricia Young, a specialist in liquefied hydrodynamics at the Georgia Institute of Technology, is particularly interested in how much blood, food, and urine are involved in animals.
He and his colleagues discovered that wombats & apos; s digestive processes and soft tissue structures make a special form.
"It's been a secret for me that I've never seen anything amazing," says Dr. Young.
"At first I did not believe in the truth, but I thought about it and saw a lot about the poppies' cube, but I started to doubt it."
The team began an investigation into the carcasses of euthanized wombs after a collision with cars in Tasmania, Australia.
They found that the stool had been modified up to the severe state of the cubicles separated from the liquid states by the end of the sleepy intestine.
They have found that wombats have evolutionary benefits – that the elastic properties of the intestinal wall allow the cube to form.
Bubbles gather their stools to mark their territory and communicate with the aroma. This is partly because they are very bad eyesight.
The thickness of the grain is more prominent than other wombs, but it does not return acid.
Dr. Young said: "We hope that we learn from wombats and apply this new method to our production process, and we understand how to effectively move those things out."
Australian colleague, Scott Carver, a colleague who bought American bowel gonorrhea samples, said: "There are common interests both in Australia and internationally, and how and why wombats make cube shaped staples.
"Many ideas, some of which are more pleasant than others, have been suggested to explain, but none of this research has ever been studied.
"This is a fantastic collaboration that demonstrates the importance of interdisciplinary research to create new science novelties."