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Teen Cthulhu

Furry Snake?

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G-Money

Now you see me ,now you don’t.

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third_eye
23 minutes ago, papageorge1 said:

Also intreresting that this thread was started ten years ago to the exact day and yours is the first post in ten years.  The day of the rising snake spirit???

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ChaosRose
On 2/24/2008 at 5:40 PM, Oreishi said:

Sounds like a millipede or centipede.. They can get pretty long. One of my friend's apartments is infested with something we call spider-bots. They're really some kind of albino milipede thing and move fast as hell, they bite too.

That place should be burnt to the ground and the ashes salted. 

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G-Money

We saw it for 4 or 5 seconds, and I believe   That this fuzzy wiggling snake thing is more of a spiritual creature than some near extinct animal

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Matt221
On 29/02/2008 at 10:57 AM, Jewels1958 said:

Could this be what you saw? It's called a Puss Caterpillar (Ok, stop snickering now. :P), though in the video they call it a Bolivia Bug.

Some still photos here. http://www.bugsinthenews.com/puss_caterpillar_092602.htm

He's a cool little fella he sort of flows along I want one as for the hairy snake I'm still thinking stoat or weasel 

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