How Researchers’ Inexperience Revealed The Positive Relationship Of Parrots And Plants

So we decided to overcome the punctures of the spiky scrubs, transform the fear of the stings of pit vipers (Bothros spp) prudently and look for the fresh remains under any tree where the parrots had just eaten. Only thanks to this decision, motivated by our inexperience and the consequent insecurity, allowed us to abandon our initial idea of considering the parrots as exclusively predatory antagonists of the plants from which they fed, to transform it into a more real and complex one that placed them at a variable point in the continuous antagonism / mutualism. (Click on title for full story.)