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Jaz007

Erica_Hartmann wrote:

Baby titles? Wut?

Turtles dang it, turtles. Blasted typo.

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Joeynator3000

undead_terror wrote:

Erica_Hartmann wrote:

undead_terror wrote:

Erica_Hartmann wrote:

Just imagine if Gaitling Groinks (or however you spell them) were real. lol

This you mean?
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Shooting bombs out of their mouths!
I would not want a emperor bulblax to be real
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lol well when you think about it, they're both not that big. xD
Bulblax is probably ankle-high or something, lol.

Pikmin are a inch long and the bulblax is like 10 pikmin high.

Eh, I'm just basing my stuff off of from what I can remember from Pikmin 2., C-sized batteries are like, massive to them, lol. I kinda figured Emperor was like, 2 or 3 C batteries high or something.

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Has anyone else heard of the Burying Beetle?
Here's one on a flower.
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They're basically dung beetles, but instead of using poop, they use decaying flesh. Lovely!

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Ah, but I've got the ultimate species right here. The stuff of horror movies, meet the African Driver Ants.
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These things are the most voracious insects in the world. Usually they just eat other bugs and such, but if an animal of ANY size cannot get away from them, they WILL be brought down. If fact, there have been reports of caged leopards that were reduced to bones overnight, and an elephant that couldn't escape was killed within 3 days. No joke.

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Ketchupcat

This one's not an arthropod, but it's a panarthropod, so I guess it counts. It's also probably my favorite animal.
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It's called a taridgrade, or water bear. They're only about half a millimeter long. They can survive freezing, burning, time, nuclear devastation, pretty much everything. When the humans are extinct... THE TARDIGRADES WILL RISE. Or maybe they'll just keep doing what they've been doing. It seems to be working pretty well for them.

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WingedFish wrote:

Ah, but I've got the ultimate species right here. The stuff of horror movies, meet the African Driver Ants.
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These things are the most voracious insects in the world. Usually they just eat other bugs and such, but if an animal of ANY size cannot get away from them, they WILL be brought down. If fact, there have been reports of caged leopards that were reduced to bones overnight, and an elephant that couldn't escape was killed within 3 days. No joke.

They remind me of those ants that build rafts out of themselves to get across water. Also, do those things even have eyes?

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Planarians, some more of my favorites! Guess what happens if you start slicing one up a bunch of times.
THIS HAPPENS!
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WingedFish wrote:

Ah, but I've got the ultimate species right here. The stuff of horror movies, meet the African Driver Ants.
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These things are the most voracious insects in the world. Usually they just eat other bugs and such, but if an animal of ANY size cannot get away from them, they WILL be brought down. If fact, there have been reports of caged leopards that were reduced to bones overnight, and an elephant that couldn't escape was killed within 3 days. No joke.

O_O Whoa....Those are the Sharks of the land,If they can do THAT. O_O

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WingedFish wrote:

Ah, but I've got the ultimate species right here. The stuff of horror movies, meet the African Driver Ants.
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These things are the most voracious insects in the world. Usually they just eat other bugs and such, but if an animal of ANY size cannot get away from them, they WILL be brought down. If fact, there have been reports of caged leopards that were reduced to bones overnight, and an elephant that couldn't escape was killed within 3 days. No joke.

O_O Whoa....Those are the Sharks of the land,If they can do THAT. O_O

I thought you were leaving....

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Musterd wrote:

WingedFish wrote:

Ah, but I've got the ultimate species right here. The stuff of horror movies, meet the African Driver Ants.
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These things are the most voracious insects in the world. Usually they just eat other bugs and such, but if an animal of ANY size cannot get away from them, they WILL be brought down. If fact, there have been reports of caged leopards that were reduced to bones overnight, and an elephant that couldn't escape was killed within 3 days. No joke.

They remind me of those ants that build rafts out of themselves to get across water. Also, do those things even have eyes?

You mean Fire Ants. But as this video shows Drivers can do that too.

And no, Drivers do not have eyes; they are completely blind.

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NUH

undead_terror wrote:

NoUsernameHere wrote:

WingedFish wrote:

Ah, but I've got the ultimate species right here. The stuff of horror movies, meet the African Driver Ants.
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These things are the most voracious insects in the world. Usually they just eat other bugs and such, but if an animal of ANY size cannot get away from them, they WILL be brought down. If fact, there have been reports of caged leopards that were reduced to bones overnight, and an elephant that couldn't escape was killed within 3 days. No joke.

O_O Whoa....Those are the Sharks of the land,If they can do THAT. O_O

I thought you were leaving....

I think I said I'd still reply to Threads I usually reply in.

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Looks like we got a new discussion thread. About bugs.

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Meowpheel

Musterd wrote:

This one's not an arthropod, but it's a panarthropod, so I guess it counts. It's also probably my favorite animal.
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It's called a taridgrade, or water bear. They're only about half a millimeter long. They can survive freezing, burning, time, nuclear devastation, pretty much everything. When the humans are extinct... THE TARDIGRADES WILL RISE. Or maybe they'll just keep doing what they've been doing. It seems to be working pretty well for them.

They seem to able to survive in outer space without any oxigen too.

Meowph, that's right!

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RR529

The biggest surprise I had, bug wise, was going downstairs to use the basement bathroom a few years ago, and there was a thick giant spider the size of a hand on the wall next to the door. I decided I didn't have to use the bathroom so badly, after all, lol.

At first I was like "Hey, I'm in Missouri, we're not supposed to have spiders that big", but after a little research, I learned that we do have our own species of Tarantula (which I'm guessing the spider I saw was).

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Snagrio

RR529 wrote:

The biggest surprise I had, bug wise, was going downstairs to use the basement bathroom a few years ago, and there was a thick giant spider the size of a hand on the wall next to the door. I decided I didn't have to use the bathroom so badly, after all, lol.

At first I was like "Hey, I'm in Missouri, we're not supposed to have spiders that big", but after a little research, I learned that we do have our own species of Tarantula (which I'm guessing the spider I saw was).

Yeah, I remember seeing one during a visit to Branson.

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