In Ecuador’s Yasuní National Park, butterflies sip a yellow-spotted river turtle’s tears. The mineral-rich liquid helps the insects reproduce. In exchange, the reptile gets a good eye-cleaning. | Photo by Pete Oxford/Minden Pictures
What an exquisite example of symbiosis.
'This brings butterfly kisses to a new level': Incredible pictures show swarms of beautiful insects feeding off the tears of turtles in the Amazon
Yellow Spotted River turtles covered in butterflies as they basked in the sun.
The butterflies need the salty liquid to survive and reproduce.
Bees have also been pictured drinking the tears of turtles in the wild.
By Jeff Cremer
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