History KillerRabbit / RealLife

21st May '17 9:58:12 PM CyberController
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* The Lionfish is a small(only around a foot and a half at longest), colorful, harmless looking fish. However, it is also extremely poisonous, and can easily give divers intense pain if they touch its spikes. They are also a massive invasive species in the East coast of the United States and Caribbean as their poison protects them from most predators.
5th May '17 12:51:43 PM REV6Pilot
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* Foxes. They're cute, admirable, beautiful creatures. Also shy, retiring, and liable to do a fade into the underbrush long before a big blundering human catches sight of them. Except sometimes they turn quite friendly, even tame, and approach humans wanting to play and be petted. '''''This is when they are at their most deadly dangerous.''''' These are the symptoms of rabies in foxes. Even touching the fox will transfer the rabies virus to, say, your hand, and if you then rub your eyes, you won't know you're infected until it's Too Late. Experienced outdoorsmen will tell you, in full earnest: If you meet a friendly fox, kill it without hesitation.

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* Foxes. They're cute, admirable, beautiful creatures. Also shy, retiring, and liable to do a fade into the underbrush long before a big blundering human catches sight of them. Except sometimes they turn quite friendly, even tame, and approach humans wanting to play and be petted. '''''This is when they are at their most deadly dangerous.''''' These are the symptoms of rabies in foxes. Even touching the fox will transfer the rabies virus to, say, your hand, and if you then rub your eyes, you won't know you're infected until it's Too Late. Experienced outdoorsmen will tell you, in full earnest: If you meet a friendly fox, kill it without hesitation.too late.
4th May '17 1:41:04 PM REV6Pilot
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* Mustelids (ferrets, minks, weasels, martens, sables, polecats, otters, badgers and wolverines) are unbelievably strong for their size. They are not afraid to fight back fiercely when [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGF-pofc-lQ threatened by greater predators]], despite their cute, fluffy appearance. There's a reason why [[PersonAsVerb badger is a verb]] and {{Wolverine}} is a superhero. The ''entire group'' has this trait making them some of the deadliest predators in their habitat.

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* Mustelids (ferrets, minks, weasels, martens, sables, polecats, otters, badgers and wolverines) are unbelievably strong for their size. They are not afraid to fight back fiercely when [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGF-pofc-lQ threatened by greater predators]], predators, despite their cute, fluffy appearance. There's a reason why [[PersonAsVerb badger is a verb]] and {{Wolverine}} is a superhero. The ''entire group'' has this trait making them some of the deadliest predators in their habitat.
30th Apr '17 4:54:13 AM MarqFJA
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** When suffering from the venom, the maximum amount of Morphium a doctor can give a patient makes the patient feel like ''only'' their spine is crushing and their skin is being burned off with a bunsen burner.

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** When suffering from the venom, the maximum amount of Morphium morphine a doctor can give a patient makes the patient feel like ''only'' their spine is crushing and their skin is being burned off with a bunsen burner.
30th Apr '17 4:31:28 AM MarqFJA
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* The mantis shrimp is a small, often colorful little critter that lives in coral dens and mostly keeps to itself. To eat its dinner of molluscs and crustaceans though, the mantis shrimp doesn't bother with prying them open: it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-ahuZEvWH8 BLASTS]] them open with its clublike arms, which strike with the acceleration of a .22 BULLET. The force generated per area is so powerful that the mantis shrimp can [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mantis_shrimp COMPLETELY MISS its target and STILL do damage]] by force alone. Their movement is also so fast that it literally ''boils the water'' around their claws to a heat similar to the ''surface heat of the sun''. Captive mantis shrimp have been known to crack or shatter aquarium glass with a single blow. They have another name: [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast thumbsplitters]].

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* The [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mantis_shrimp mantis shrimp shrimp]] is a small, often colorful little critter that lives in coral dens and mostly keeps to itself. To eat its dinner of molluscs and crustaceans though, the mantis shrimp doesn't bother with prying them open: it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i-ahuZEvWH8 BLASTS]] them open with its clublike arms, which strike with the acceleration of a .22 BULLET. The force generated per area is so powerful that the mantis shrimp can [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mantis_shrimp COMPLETELY MISS '''completely miss''' its target and STILL '''still''' do damage]] damage by force alone. Their movement is also so fast that it literally ''boils '''boils the water'' water''' around their claws to a heat temperature similar to the ''surface heat '''surface temperature of the sun''.sun'''. Captive mantis shrimp have been known to crack or shatter aquarium glass with a single blow. They have another name: [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast thumbsplitters]].
30th Apr '17 4:19:28 AM MarqFJA
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** And also recently in 2014, a group of Betta species were found living well in the environment of Adelaide River Floodplain, meaning they are invasive species that will pose great threat the native animals such as the native fish, frogs and other animals in the wetlands. So yes, they now managed to start colonizing Australia.

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** And also recently in 2014, a group of Betta species were found living well in the environment of Adelaide River Floodplain, meaning they are invasive species that will pose great threat the native animals such as the to native fish, frogs and other animals in the wetlands. So yes, they now managed to start colonizing Australia.
30th Apr '17 3:21:05 AM MarqFJA
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* The Secretary Bird of Africa looks beatiful and seems relatively harmless at first, but they are actually ferocious predators. They very closely resemble [[RaptorAttack the small predatory dinosaurs known as raptors]] that lived millions of years ago, such as Velociraptor and Troodon. They are endowed with a sharp, curved beak and razor-sharp claws on their feet. Their kicks are very powerful, and they regularly prey on snakes. They snap the snake's spinal cord with their kicks, and then proceed to tear up its body with their claws and beak and eat it. They've been known to take on Black Mambas and ''win''. They can be very aggressive towards humans sometimes, and they can allegedly shatter a human hand with a kick. In other words, if you're looking for a living, real-life [[JurassicPark Jurassic Park]], look no further than this.

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* The Secretary Bird of Africa looks beatiful beautiful and seems relatively harmless at first, but they are actually ferocious predators. They very closely resemble [[RaptorAttack the small predatory dinosaurs known as raptors]] that lived millions of years ago, such as Velociraptor and Troodon. They are endowed with a sharp, curved beak and razor-sharp claws on their feet. Their kicks are very powerful, and they regularly prey on snakes. They snap the snake's spinal cord with their kicks, and then proceed to tear up its body with their claws and beak and eat it. They've been known to take on Black Mambas and ''win''. They can be very aggressive towards humans sometimes, and they can allegedly shatter a human hand with a kick. In other words, if you're looking for a living, real-life [[JurassicPark Jurassic Park]], look no further than this.
17th Mar '17 7:32:17 PM SinisterHoodedFigure2
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** The Three-Toed Sloth are really lethargic animals; they simply don't have the reflexes or strength to fight back predators due to their weekly diet; those big claws are grappling hooks keeping them stuck to branches without even using their very thin muscles. The only reason they aren't targeted often by predators is because they are far too high up on branches too thin for heavy jaguars to climb, and are camouflaged, while being protected by the canopy. There IS an infestation of nasty pests living on a very moldy three-toed sloth. The Two-Toed sloth on the other hand, is very aggressive; they bite surprisingly quick and hard with very sharp teeth, and one was reported to have slashed a dog. Unlike the other sloths, these can eat small birds and reptiles.

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** The Three-Toed Sloth are really lethargic animals; they simply don't have the reflexes or strength to fight back predators due to their weekly diet; those big claws are grappling hooks keeping them stuck to branches without even using their very thin muscles. The only reason they aren't targeted often by predators is because they are far too high up on branches too thin for heavy jaguars to climb, and are camouflaged, while being protected by the canopy. There IS an infestation of nasty pests living on a very moldy three-toed sloth.
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The Two-Toed sloth on the other hand, is very aggressive; they bite surprisingly quick and hard with very sharp teeth, and one was reported to have slashed a dog. Unlike the other sloths, these can eat small birds and reptiles.
17th Mar '17 7:30:56 PM SinisterHoodedFigure2
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** The Three-Toed Sloth are really lethargic animals; they simply don't have the reflexes or strength to fight back predators due to their weekly diet; those big claws are grappling hooks keeping them stuck to branches without even using their very thin muscles. The only reason they aren't targeted often by predators is because they are far too high up on branches too thin for heavy jaguars to climb, and are camouflaged, while being protected by the canopy. There IS an infestation of nasty pests living on a very moldy three-toed sloth. The Two-Toed sloth on the other hand, is very aggressive; they bite surprisingly quick and hard with very sharp teeth, and one was reported to have slashed a dog. Unlike the other sloths, these can eat small birds and reptiles.
12th Mar '17 8:16:08 PM Lanes17B
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** And humans also deserve bonus points for also being dangerous to the itty-bitty microrganisms/zombie-like almost-organisms (viruses) of the world too. We've managed to destroy wild smallpox virus and now it's all but extinct (with a couple of reservoirs in some hopefully very well-guarded labs floating about.) The only reason why some viruses even exist is because of the modern phenomena of non-vaccinating, otherwise we could easily kill viruses that are centuries old ''in less than a decade''. Polio is the next virus that is most likely to forever disappear. Buahaha!

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** And humans also deserve bonus points for also being dangerous to the itty-bitty microrganisms/zombie-like almost-organisms (viruses) of the world too. We've managed to destroy wild smallpox virus and now it's all but extinct (with a couple of reservoirs in some hopefully very well-guarded labs floating about.) The only reason why some viruses even exist is because of the modern phenomena of non-vaccinating, otherwise we could easily kill viruses that are centuries old ''in less than a decade''. Polio is the next virus that is most likely to forever disappear. Buahaha![[WhosLaughingNow Buahaha!]]


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* With their [[http://en.es-static.us/upl/2012/02/jumping_spider_Thomas_Shahan.jpg large eyes, bright colors, and stubby legs,]] some may be willing to admit that jumping spiders do have certain cuteness to them. They have the ability to jump several times their body length and height, and are capable of [[https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e5/Jumping_spider_hunting_a_grasshopper_by_Kadavoor.jpg taking down prey much larger then themselves.]]
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