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The smallest gladiators in the Roman Colosseum
Vol 1 No 2 (2020): Blog Biología Tropical
Published: Jul 16, 2020
The reenactments of naval battles, gladiator fights, and hunting of wild animals are not the only dramas in the Roman Colosseum. Ignored by tourists and scientists alike, the coliseum snails have been fighting their own battles for thousands of years.