Serbian scientists name the beetle after the country’s tennis star, Novak Djokovic
Serbian scientists named a new species of beetle after the tennis player Novak Djokovic, a Serbian tennis player due to his speed, strength, flexibility, durability and ability to survive in harsh environment. The new species of beetle belongs to the genus Duvalius which is present in Europe. It was discovered several years ago in an underground pit in western Serbia. The insect is a specialized subterranean beetle, a predator that lost its eyes while living deep underground.
The insect, which belongs to the Duvalius genus of beetles found in Europe, was discovered several years ago in an underground pit in western Serbia. His name is Duvalius Dokovici, the Tanjug news agency quoted researcher Nikola Vesovic. A new species was a specialized subterranean beetle, a predator that had lost its eyes living deep underground.
About Novak Djokovic:
Djokovic, 35, who has won 21 Grand Slam trophies, won the Tel Aviv Open to clinch his third title this season, after claiming a seventh Wimbledon crown in July. He was playing against Karen Khachanov in the quarterfinals of the Astana Open, which also includes fourth-seeded Russian Daniil Medvedev, who is also in the last eight. Top seed Carlos Alcaraz was knocked out in the first round.
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