Walking Dead vs Wildlife: the intro


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I notice that even a couple years into the zombie apocalypse, lawns and highway median strips are still being mowed, and occasional tilled fields are seen as well.


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I can’t recall if this show ever definitively established whether or not other species can become zombified. That plot development could kick things up a notch, like how George R.R. Martin’s zombie army has (spoiler!) undead bears and such at their disposal.


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You know, Resident Evil had dogs, and while most of the population seemed to be “zombies” they were more like mutants created by a virus.


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A bit off topic but still one of my favorite lines ever.


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I would like to see a zombie getting harassed by a couple vultures, maybe sitting on the zombies shoulder and tearing off an ear as it walks.

We watched vultures messing with gators in florida. The gators were sunning on a sandbar and the vultures would hop and over and nibble a big gator’s tail. It’s not clear if they were just messing with the gator like a mockingbird teasing a cat, or if they were testing the sluggish reptiles for signs of life.


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Makes sense since the only advantage feeble hairless apes have over other species is braaaaains


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Vultures can smell, from a pretty significant distance, whether something is delicious spoiled meat or not. If you saw some nipping at a gator, they were bored and dicking around.


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