6 animals that just don't give a f%@k

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6 animals that just don't give a f%@k

Jul!a Jul!a
Ok, I was browsing cracked.com again, and came across this: 6 animals that just don't give a fuck. From the mongoose to the wolverine to the cane toad, 6 animals that just spit in the face of logic and give a hearty "fuck you" to the world. That of course led me to 7 terrifying creatures you'll never see coming, which really just solidified never ever wanting to pee in a river in the Amazon. It's also made me a little wary of swimming in lakes and ponds, although I've been doing that my whole life, I should be fine now. While I was there, I couldn't resist checking out the 7 terrifying prehistoric creatures that are still around, and was particularly freaked out by the cross between a fish and an alligator.

Anywho, I just had to come over here and share this with the rest of you. Enjoy
02/07/2011
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Envy Envy
Damn, freaky!
02/07/2011
Vaccinium Vaccinium
I just can't help myself, and I apologize in advance for the know-it-allism, but in the name of scientific accuracy...

In the first link, that isn't a cane toad humping the tiger salamander. In fact, it's not even a toad, but rather a bullfrog. A bullfrog will hump anything, though. I've seen them getting it on with pieces of wood before.

In the second link, although the candiru will swim up a human urethra, they aren't actually attracted to ammonia (or at least there isn't any evidence of it). In fact, although it is ridiculously unlikely, a candiru can just be swimming around and swim up a urethra even if the mammal is just standing in the water.

Also in the second link, the gaboon viper's fangs can reach 2 inches in length. There was once a gaboon viper in an American zoo (Philadelphia, I think) that accidentally killed itself when it bit itself in the back.

In the third link, not all lamprey are parasites. I've actually had them attach to me before (both parasitic and non-parasitic species), and they aren't very easy to get off.

My favorite "prehistoric" animal still alive today is the paddlefish. Cool, aren't they?

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02/07/2011
TheSinDoll TheSinDoll
It's official.

Vaccineum is the smartest person that *I* know.
02/07/2011
Jul!a Jul!a
Quote:
Originally posted by Vaccinium
I just can't help myself, and I apologize in advance for the know-it-allism, but in the name of scientific accuracy...

In the first link, that isn't a cane toad humping the tiger salamander. In fact, it's not even a toad, but ...
I bow before you, thanks for the lesson
02/07/2011
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