Madagascar lemurs use millipedes that emit in the danger of strong poison for insect control. They rubbed their fur to repel biting insects.
At least, so long believed by scientists.
However, over time they came to the conclusion that the poison of centipedes has on the lemurs and strong psychoactive effects. When rubbing centipedes lemurs come in a kind of trance of a person caused by psychotropic substances, according to the authors of the documentary film “Spy camera in the world of animals”, Director John Downer, who came on the channel France 5.