Giant "horrific-looking" first amphibious centipede discovered


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#2

I hear they taste like chicken.


#3

You should hear what they say about us.


#4

If an entomologist describes it as “horrific-looking”, I’m pretty sure I’ll be steering clear. :bug: :scream:


#5

Finally! Perhaps this will break Interzone’s control of the black meat market…
http://thecentrecannothold.net/pharma/black-meat/


#6

Yeah, I can relate. Even as a kid when I’d turn over rocks I’d find things that made me run away in horror, but I could never completely quit turning over rocks.


#7

Really glad to hear about the “excruciating bite.” Needed that info to re-order all of the horrible things on this planet and get this fella in the right spot. Still coming in behind guinea worms, but managed to just sneak past those giant hornets from Japan.


#8

Actually, that is sort of cute.


#9

So…Who is going to come hold me when I wake up in terror and cold sweats now?


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#11

Plus, everyone gets a leg!


#12

(and I once again reiterate how much it sucks that the Trumpians decided to appropriate this song)


#13

And from the photo, it looks like the legs grow back, so…unlimited dining?


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“‘Horrific’ First Amphibious Centipede Discovered”

“This giant, venomous creepy-crawly is as comfortable swimming and walking underwater as it is on land, in a finding that surprised scientists.”

Fox National Geographic is fucking dead. Don’t read it, don’t share it.


#15

There, there. It’s all right. Just relax, breathe slowly and deeply, and imagine yourself being hugged by comforting arms. Many, many comforting arms…


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#17

I’m given to understand it can interbreed with the Nopefish.


#18

Crosses “Visit Southeast Asia” off bucket list…


#19

Everyone start collecting your coins. Looks like we’ll have to hire a witcher.


#20

You want the service?