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http://img140.imageshack.us/img140/3953/0145dt.jpg

Last edited by Mitel' (2012-02-11 15:07:41)

 

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the coconut crab is fucking huge. The largest terrestrial arthropod in the world.

http://www.hoax-slayer.com/images/coconut-crab-2.jpg

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wtf

"Is that midnight L.A. time or, or Eastern Standard Time, or what? I mean, what timezone is God in anyway?"

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The question is - can you eat it?

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Yes you can. Which is why it is an endangered crustacian in many populated areas.

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Any good?

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It must be if it's endangered sad

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Can't say I've tried eating them but I've seen enough. They don't all grow so big though.

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its like somethig out of Starship Troopers.

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wow i never knew how bad ass coconut crabs were, i want to give one a hug now!!!  yikes

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http://acidcow.com/pics/20120316/acid_picdump_15.jpg

"Is that midnight L.A. time or, or Eastern Standard Time, or what? I mean, what timezone is God in anyway?"

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whoa yikes

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^Crap!

Some kind of Jellyfish mutation...

"Is that midnight L.A. time or, or Eastern Standard Time, or what? I mean, what timezone is God in anyway?"

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impressive

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http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m28gkhkX1r1r8fdxso1_500.jpg

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number 4 is just chilling

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^you should invite him to the "rec center" cebteq  cool

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ran into one of these the other day. jerusalem cricket
http://icons-ak.wunderground.com/data/wximagenew/p/photoandy/1976-800.jpg

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@ AP, they kicked me out again smile  why do i even bother?

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Fish hook ant

New Scientist: Found in Cambodia, the fish-hook ant (Polyrhachis bihamata) has a developed a particularly nasty defence mechanism. This large ant (1.5 centimetres) uses the curved spikes on its back to cut into the skin of a predator, and then won't let go easily. On top of this, the ants live in large groups and work together. When attacked, they gather together and hook onto each other, making extracting an individual ant very difficult for a predator.

Their nests are usually in dead tree trunks on the forest floor, so best not to walk barefoot.


http://www.newscientist.com/data/galleries/five-wildrap-stars/004722097c4.jpg

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http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_vLbMuPkqGIw/TUakZa0RzoI/AAAAAAAAIRI/u4_VcDu-LzE/s400/Heffalump.jpg

 

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http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m5696uKhKX1rtbxswo1_500.png

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http://caitlinandericneworleans.com/piginboots.jpg

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Pyura Chilensis, the living rock yikes

http://boingboing.net/2012/06/28/pyura- … ng-ro.html

http://www.chilereisen.at/Chile/Pyura_chilensis.jpg

http://www.chilereisen.at/patagonienreise.com/Img_3899_Piure.jpg

http://www.chilereisen.at/Chiletour2010/Fotos/0229_Piure.jpg

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http://www.dogsquad.biz/constant-images/american-bulldog-pup.jpg