Worms don’t travel far underground, and the battlefield is about 50 kilometers. Lin can parasitize a worm body and the receiver knows that they are all in a home tree.

Perhaps decomposing this worm can also tell us something about the purgatory worm.
Lin let a large number of predators surround the tree and the tree looked for the entrance. Soon they found some holes that could lead to the tree. After entering the cave, Lin found that there was a big one, too.
Those worms are hiding in the soil of this home tree.
Worms seem to like and are suitable for drilling holes, so Lin also made a spiral shell structure with a head of three meters long, which can rotate and dig tunnels quickly.
Lin, a digger, dug at the bottom of the home tree, and soon dug a passage. After digging for about ten meters, Lin found that there was an open cave area, which was about 30 meters wide. There were thick roots of home trees everywhere, and some luminous beetle roots crawled around them and took photos.
The worms gathered here before Lin saw it, because the digger came out from the top of the cave, and they didn’t notice Lin’s appearance.
But what do they … do?
These little worms are constantly spitting out some gray liquids, which will harden quickly when they spit on the ground. They keep spitting out liquids as if they were combined into a certain shape.
Chapter one hundred and twenty-one Tibetan room
Lin told the digger to get close to the small worms and see what they were doing. Lin found that there were very few worms here, not as many as Lin saw in purgatory worms. Maybe some of them went to other places and they were spitting out liquid. When things hardened, the liquid composition was … biological?
Little worms spit out mucus bit by bit, then carefully stick them together and modify the hardened mucus with teeth to form a biological image.
There is a word in Lin’s mind to form this structure; Statue’
This creature statue is a small arthropod like this … Lin Hai has seen it before sleeping.
Inca swarms may have learned about this creature from fossils, but why make statues here?
Lin found that not only this was made, but the whole cave was full of such statues, some of which were in the form of Inca swarms, while others were primitive or modern common creatures.
Statues were all piled up in a corner. Lin made the digger’s body change color and then quietly bypassed the statue-making worms and approached the statues in the corner.
Lin found a beetle-shaped statue and asked the digger to drill it slowly on the surface. Lin found that it seemed very hard, but the digger would get it after drilling for a while.
After drilling into the statue department, Lin found a small one in the center of the statue; It is filled with a viscous liquid.
Exploratory arms such as earth-digger have analytical ability, which can open small holes in front of the drill bit to suck these viscous liquids and decompose them into components.
After careful decomposition, Lin found that these liquids contained some cells, which were in a state of near-death’ deep sleep’
Some look like the observer’s state when Lynn found the observer.
So these statues are meant to preserve cells? A closed and solid structure can avoid contact with all kinds of foreign impurities, so cells may be kept for a long time, but why do they do this? And even our own arms have their own arms. We should remember the mode of production. Why should we keep it here?
Then Lynn watched these little worms make statues for a while, and then they made a statue of purgatory worms.
This line is really interesting. Lynn decided to break them down and learn that they are like making … the kind of slime that forms statues.
That kind of mucus is very strong, and there should be many ways after it hardens quickly. Although Lin can make some rapidly hardening shells now, it is always good to learn more.
Lin let a large number of predators keep digging for claws in their homes. The digger is suitable for exploring. If you dig a big hole, you still have claws unless there is a giant worm.
When the predators dig to a certain depth, the worms seem to feel the abnormal situation and stop making statues. They keep swallowing the surrounding soil and then spit it out to the statues in the corner of the cave.
Are they trying to bury the carving? This kind of movement is a bit redundant, isn’t it?
The worms moved quite fast. They quickly covered all the statues with earth, and then drilled holes in their own cave walls and escaped.
At this time, Lin has also dug into the underground cave.
Lin took out the statues buried in the ground and analyzed and studied the structure of these statues in an attempt to produce this kind of rapidly hardening liquid.
Lin didn’t destroy the small cells in the statue, but let the predators take them to the ground and put them in the mobile base. Lin thought there might be something after this.
Lin also found that this hardening liquid component is common and the combination method is very special. Lin can make similar things according to its combination method
There seems to be a lot to learn from the Inca swarm, and Lin also wants to find out from what creatures these worms evolved. What are their original species?
Therefore, Lynn intends to move on, aiming at the territory of the Inca swarm!
Lin’s army once again went to the Inca desert territory. Lin also observed some home trees and investigated fungal infection. After that, she also tried to dig some caves under the home trees. These caves were also buried statues.
Lin found that there are such caves in the surrounding home trees, and statues are buried in them, including almost all living things and some living things, as well as Inca swarms and arms, and many of them are repeated.
This buried meaning is really hard to understand.
Lin also found living creatures in some statues. It was a fat insect-like creature, which was very small and several centimeters in size. They were still asleep when they were found.
Lin decomposed the first fat bug and found that the egg-laying organs of this fat bug were quite developed, and she also secreted a special solution to dissolve these statues.
It seems that the Inca swarm specially made this flying insect and a bunch of biological cells into statues and buried them underground?
What’s the point of them doing this?
Lynn speculated that maybe the Inca swarm … wanted to leave? So do they put the information of productive fat worms and biological cells here and wait until then to restore the population?
In that case … Why should they leave? And those rock nests they made? And’ month’?
This question is really difficult to understand, but Lin has also made preparations on the ground to prevent accidents
Lin is going to build more large-scale middle arms, but she has the transportation ability anyway. Although the brain worm seems to recognize the moon without danger, she is still ready.
After a day and night in the earth world, Lin’s troops are close to the territory of the Inca swarm.
Here, the ground is full of Inca swarms, and the army has moved through the tracks. In front of the predator, Lin Junjun Road explores what is trapped, but Lin has not encountered any problems all the way. It seems that the Inca swarms have given up fighting.
Boom …’
Suddenly, there was a loud noise in the woodland in front of the predator, and a huge creature emerged from the ground.
It’s the ripper!
At the moment when the ripper appeared, a large number of explosive armor flew out of the jungle behind it, but these explosive armor did not rush to Lin’s army but flew to the nearby home tree
Chapter one hundred and twenty-two Negotiation
The ground cracker blocked Lin’s army, and then his jaws suddenly merged and made a huge noise.
But this time, the sound seems to be harmless. Lin can’t feel the dizziness of the predators.
So what does it mean to crack the ground?
In addition to this crack in the ground, there are a lot of armor-blasting trees lying nearby. They are densely planted in the home trees, which are twenty to thirty meters high. That position is usually the most seriously infected by fungi.
If there are so many explosions … these home trees will break and the whole place will collapse, but it will not be good for the Inca swarm. Their territory is very close to here. If it collapses here, it will certainly not be unaffected there.
There are also many home trees infected by fungi on the other side of the Inca colony.
Dong …’
The ripper kept making noises, but the armor exploder did nothing.
The actions of the Inca swarm made Lynn have an idea. Should they … try to communicate with this side?
But Lynn doesn’t understand what they mean. What if it’s a brain worm? If you know something at ordinary times, it will definitely call it out first.
"This is an echo calling for people with cracked heads in ancient times to communicate over a long distance up to 1 km."

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