Fig. 8.6.

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In some cases of deep torpor, the creature can appear dead to the unwary ecologist, such as this Monito del Monte (Dromiciops gliroides). The inert creatures have even been collected by researchers to submit as museum voucher specimens, only to become a squirming, lively mass intent on escape just moments later. Compared with the animal in Fig. 8.5, this torpid monito has used most of the fat stores in its tail. Source: Marcela Franco.
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