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

   

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Comment icon #23 Posted by Emoney on 19 June, 2014, 17:28
Ewwwww
Comment icon #22 Posted by Emeraldgemheart on 17 September, 2013, 16:53
It looks like one of those bugs they would use in really old movies. Like back in the day when they used a plastic toy in Godzilla...
Comment icon #21 Posted by Lava_Lady on 26 August, 2012, 13:20
I wonder how it keeps track of all those legs... Would it notice if one feel off?
Comment icon #20 Posted by Alienated Being on 26 August, 2012, 2:01
*shudders* Ugghhhhhh,.....
Comment icon #19 Posted by Mantis914 on 25 August, 2012, 14:15
Millipedes are awesome, what are you people crying about ewww?? I had several of those and they're quite docile little creatures. Of course, the one pictured I believe is a Giant African Black Millipede even though it says from Thailand so he's not that little. Their little legs tickle when they crawl on you and when he unwraps himself out of a ball, he looks like a little train scurrying around. It's not like its a centipede or scorpion...
Comment icon #18 Posted by Psyborg on 20 November, 2011, 20:39
Can't wait til someone puts a *giant* millipede in an FPS - Running around and shooting disgusting things is probably one of the greatest joys of life xDD As long as no one gets hurt, of course .__.
Comment icon #17 Posted by Emin on 20 November, 2011, 19:48
Yerp millipedez are super cute!
Comment icon #16 Posted by WolvenHeart7 on 20 November, 2011, 17:49
Ewhhhh.
Comment icon #15 Posted by kitco on 5 June, 2011, 19:02
KILL IT! I CANT STAND THESE THINGS, if there was a hell, there would be millions of them. KILL IT!
Comment icon #14 Posted by ViRGO29 on 25 March, 2011, 1:30
Oh my goOdNEsS!! I couldnt let it wrap around my arm...oh no,no,no
Comment icon #13 Posted by Cherry- on 24 March, 2011, 14:48
Omg.. If that thingy moved one MM close to me, i would faint and never wake up.
Comment icon #12 Posted by d e v i c e on 25 December, 2010, 9:31
Im not into that
Comment icon #11 Posted by SPONSBOB on 22 December, 2010, 6:02
IN SOUTH AFRICA BUSH VELD THAT IS THERE AVERAGE SIZE,NOTHING NEW,THEY LOOK SOME TIMES LIKE BABY SNAKES
Comment icon #10 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?
Comment icon #9 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 #8 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 #7 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 #6 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 #5 Posted by ravenlady13 on 23 June, 2007, 15:09
They sell them at pet stores. Ugh, call Terminex!
Comment icon #4 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 #3 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 #2 Posted by cardwise on 24 April, 2007, 14:54
for once i wont be skeptic, i believe that it is real
Comment icon #1 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!
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