In science fiction movies, usually see a world develop either by accident or scientific research giant insect, and turn to insect predators, and it seems that there is scientific basis for such a perception among publishers of the silver screen and the seventh art in general.
British scientists have recently discovered fossil of the claw back of the Scorpion sea, a large claw, so imagine scientists, when the whole, the largest insect at all.
But how old these giant insect? Do not get upset, my dear rights .. It is the biggest you, and the length to about eight feet, or about two and a half metre.
Found in the claw-old rock about 390 million years, which suggested to scientists that the ancient creatures, insects, spiders, such as cancers and others, were much greater than was previously thought, according to a noted science professor at the University of Bristol Alahath, Simon Brady.
Brady said Tuesday: "It is surprising discovery", according to the Associated Press.
He added Alahath science professor: "We trained for some time about the presence of worms and organ trafficking pointers and giant cockroaches and a huge Iesib enormous, but we did not realize never, until now, the magnitude of some ancient reptiles of Claws."
The recent discovery of Scorpion sea about half yards longer than was previously thought, besides being the largest, which can be detected.
The study published online Tuesday - in the patrol "Letters biological," published by the Royal Society of Sciences - that this discovery means that before the extinction of this sea Scorpion, these creatures were much longer than the length of the current rights.
He said science professor at the Academy Alahath "Freiberga Kening" in South-East Germany, Jorg Schneider said the study provides updated information and value on "another giant scorpions."
He added Schneider, who was not among the group participating in the study: "These scorpions were prevalent throughout millions of years because he had no enemies in nature at that time .. but eventually extinct by the emergence of a giant fish removal and teeth