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A little bird told you...

  • 19:28 Don't buy stuff just because it's on sale, or you'll end up like this woman: is.gd/3jUQA #
  • 19:55 @paper_hand Yeah! I'm reminded of pots and kettles and a certain color. #
  • 19:55 Wow, Patrick Swayze died and it ISN'T big news? #
  • 21:51 Snake born with a hand! is.gd/3kaAp #
  • 23:56 @EmperorNorton I'm not sure Anonymous would appreciate that. :-) #
  • 01:44 Think Africanized bees are bad? How about Africanized pythons? is.gd/3kD88 (Real story) #
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fayanora
Sep. 17th, 2009 10:15 am (UTC)
I think they're thinking more along the lines of what caused the mutation.
consortofvenus
Sep. 19th, 2009 01:12 am (UTC)
Notice the snake seems to have a full belly? It seems unlikely that a lizard would still be alive enough to dig a hole in the snake's side from that depth, but the mass is right under the leg.
consortofvenus
Sep. 19th, 2009 01:08 am (UTC)
Humans can be afraid of easy targets. Fear also inspires fight or flight, by standard psychology.
consortofvenus
Sep. 19th, 2009 01:10 am (UTC)
Also, you'd think I was a little girl by how rattled I was by the spider in my kitchen a couple of days ago. Then, I caught it. But I find spiders beautiful.
fayanora
Sep. 19th, 2009 01:15 am (UTC)
My sister was about 9 or so (forget exactly how old) when she had a pet tarantula named Caroline Kitten. It ate crickets. They had to be living crickets. Tarantulas make you itch when they crawl on you, all those little hairs.

And speaking of snakes (previous comment), I once had a species for a story who were basically humanoid with reptilian features from the waist-up, and were giant snakes from the waist down. But they were peaceful.
consortofvenus
Sep. 19th, 2009 01:35 am (UTC)
That's interesting. I'm still, off and on, developing the 'lizard man' that I made up. I'm mostly worried about getting the science wrong so I have to read up more on evolution in diverse practise and genetics.
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