Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mububban, Jun 6, 2005.
Drop bears are commonly said to be unusually large, vicious, carnivorous marsupials related to koalas (although the koala is not a bear) that inhabit treetops and attack their prey by dropping onto their heads from above.[broken citation] They are an example of local lore intended to frighten and confuse outsiders and amuse locals, similar to the jackalope, hoop snake, wild haggis or snipe. Stories of attacks by the fictional animal are commonly told to scare tourists.
I'm still more afraid of the spiders
here is Switzerland we have Dahu: It has the appearance of a wild goat, but with the principal characteristic that its legs on one side of its body are shorter than on the other side. This enables it to walk upright on the steep slopes of its mountain environment. It can only walk around the mountain in one direction. There are two varieties: laevogyrous dahu (which has shorter legs on the left side, and thus goes around the mountain counter-clockwise) and the dextrogyre dahu (which has shorter legs on the right side, and thus goes around the mountain clockwise).
P.S. I am more afraid of pink ducks than spiders... but don't tell anyone
Oh you should be more afraid of pink ducks than spiders
Pink ducks are extremely dangerous
oh so you mean my phobia is totally sane? pheewwwww
well, it's magpie season once again
do you have bimbos in Oz? 'cause that's all that matters
poor croc has to live in such muddy water
so, the worlds 2nd most venomous spider just mutated.
'Mutant' blood-red funnel-web spider a unique specimen
Why do you always talk about spiders? I HATE spiders
what is wrong with spiders? You hate drow, you fantasy racist
Here in Florida it's mockingbirds that you have to watch for, because they'll attack if you get close to their nest or if they don't recognize you. They intimidate my cat to no end.
we've got these aggressive little shits
and the grand daddy of our birds (7ft wingspan, 10lb)
Croc attack on hunters. pig dog taken. warning graphic
lmao I was once attacked by a sparrow (no pun intended) defending the young ones who just left the nest...
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