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Giant Milipede
Image credit: CC-BY-SA-2.0 Steve Jurvetson

Uploader comment: Picture of a giant milipede from Thailand.

Image status: EXPLAINED This massive milipede is a real animal.

   

 
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Comment icon #10 Posted by strange stuff this? on 3 January, 2007, 6:26
i have got to get one of those as a pet, maybe next year. It's so cute!
Comment icon #9 Posted by cardwise on 24 April, 2007, 14:54
for once i wont be skeptic, i believe that it is real
Comment icon #8 Posted by krepta on 3 June, 2007, 4:25
I've seen one or two of those in New Jersey before, though they're a little bit smaller. Gross little things.
Comment icon #7 Posted by xxjinglesxx on 16 June, 2007, 2:28
Oh, there ain't no way in hell I would go near that thing!
Comment icon #6 Posted by ravenlady13 on 23 June, 2007, 15:09
They sell them at pet stores. Ugh, call Terminex!
Comment icon #5 Posted by lloyd a on 27 June, 2007, 18:53
OMG that is the biggest one ive seen OMG those little on scares me alot that scares me more OMG...no way id ever go near it
Comment icon #4 Posted by lee_gpo2a on 24 July, 2007, 13:29
so what? there were giant scorpions as well as gigantic bullfrogs, and even goliath snails that grow up to more than 2 feet in africa. big deal. If it really does exist, it sure is gonna be big stinky.
Comment icon #3 Posted by gbegg on 8 October, 2009, 10:49
the species that size,i think its south america, have one od the deadliest stings. i seen it in some nature programme once ,this thing was rated as one of the dealiest stings to man. so i wouldnt be touching it in any continent personally. also its ugly!
Comment icon #2 Posted by zombie-_- on 20 July, 2010, 1:42
ive seen one of those in china when i was like 7 or 8. even worse, the only bugs im scared of are giant ants, centipedes, and MILLIPEDES. i was having nightmares for days. china also has those freaky giant ants, and those centipeds i hate all overr the place
Comment icon #1 Posted by Lucky7 on 21 December, 2010, 22:11
Some people love their little bug friends. ewwwww... wouldn't all those little legs tickle when they crawl on your skin?


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