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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishooked View Post
    Is that what I think it is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    Huge spider or tiny shower?

    I vote Photoshop.

    Google "huge spiders in Australia" . . . and let the nightmares begin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DDNYjets View Post
    Is that what I think it is?
    The original


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lone Star Lady View Post
    Google "huge spiders in Australia" . . . and let the nightmares begin.
    I remember this being posted

    Giant spider eating a bird caught on camera

    By Bonnie Malkin in Sydney
    3:00PM BST 22 Oct 2008






    Photographs of a giant spider eating a bird in an Australian garden have stunned wildlife experts.

    The pictures show the spider with its long black legs wrapped around the body of a dead bird suspended in its web.

    The startling images were reportedly taken in Atheron, close to Queensland's tropical north.

    Despite their unlikely subject matter, the pictures appear to be real.

    Joel Shakespeare, head spider keeper at the Australian Reptile Park, said the spider was a Golden Orb Weaver.

    "Normally they prey on large insects… it's unusual to see one eating a bird," he told ninemsn.com.

    Mr Shakepeare said he had seen Golden Orb Weaver spiders as big as a human hand but the northern species in tropical areas were known to grow larger.

    Queensland Museum identified the bird as a native finch called the Chestnut-breasted Mannikin.

    Mr Shakespeare told ninemsn the bird must have flown into the spider web and become stuck.

    "It wouldn't eat the whole bird," he said.

    "It uses its venom to break down the bird for eating and what it leaves is a food parcel," he said.

    Greg Czechura from Queensland Museum said cases of the Golden Orb Weaver eating small birds were "well known but rare".

    "It builds a very strong web," he said.

    But he said the spider would not have attacked until the bird weakened.

    The Golden Orb Weaver spins a strong web high in protein because it depends on it to capture large insects for food.

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    Does anyone know what this is from?





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    **** this ****



    I think the story behind this gif is that this is some sort of Japanese dish, where somehow the octupii's nerve endings are triggered by something in the soy sauce (or whatever that sauce is) - when poured on it the tentacles move as if it were alive again.....but seriously.....**** this ****

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    reposting for awesomeness

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    meanwhile, in japan



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    I need to start watching Archer


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    lol

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    OUCH






    how to dig out a tree





    I don't know what movie this is from, but its creeping me the **** out already

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    WLF




    what is this sorcery

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishooked View Post
    WLF




    This brings new meaning to "clean up in aisle 9!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishooked View Post
    how to dig out a tree
    I've used this machine many times to move trees. It's not cheap but it's pretty cool. First you go to the area where you want to place the tree and the tree spade digs the hole. Then they dump that dirt near the tree that is about to be moved. After the tree is removed, it's placed in the pre-dug hole. Often, you don't have to even tie it down. There are even larger tree spades than that.
    Last edited by crossfire; 03-14-2012 at 09:00 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishooked View Post
    I love cats, but this is creeping me the **** out

    His strategy of stunning the other cat into inaction appears to have worked.

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