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Giant millipedes



Coyote Peterson goes in search of some creatures with a rather large number of legs.

   

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Comment icon #2 Posted by susieice on 3 August, 2018, 13:42
No...hell no!
Comment icon #3 Posted by GlitterRose on 3 August, 2018, 16:18
There should have been a limit on the number of legs a thing could have. Anything past 6 is really too many. 
Comment icon #4 Posted by tcgram on 7 August, 2018, 2:30
Centipedes and millipedes are the only insects that creep me out, although I did work up the nerve to touch a giant millipede that was being shown by a local zoo.  It wasn't as bad as I thought but then again, it wasn't crawling on me.  *shudders*   
Comment icon #5 Posted by GlitterRose on 7 August, 2018, 14:16
Spiders creep me out, too. And scorpions. I'm usually fine with 6 leggers, but after that, it's a no go.  Caterpillars get by because they're fuzzy and cute and they usually turn into butterflies. But that's it. 
Comment icon #6 Posted by moonman on 8 August, 2018, 17:58
This thing is cute compared to a house centipede. Those come running straight out of hell, and I mean RUNNING.
Comment icon #7 Posted by Hammerclaw on 9 August, 2018, 6:16
Their early ancestors were a little bigger,                                                                                                          
Comment icon #8 Posted by susieice on 10 August, 2018, 3:22
I HATE those things! They run upside down!
Comment icon #9 Posted by Hammerclaw on 10 August, 2018, 3:25
Down here we call them Thousand Legs. I levitated out of the bed, one night while reading, when one fell on my chest from the ceiling.
Comment icon #10 Posted by susieice on 10 August, 2018, 3:28
My cat chases them. He'll kill them. If he can't reach them, he'll wait and yell. That's how I know he sees something. Even spiders. He sees things I can't. I hit them hard enough with a magazine to put them through the wall.
Comment icon #11 Posted by Hammerclaw on 10 August, 2018, 3:33
During the Paleozoic, they were big enough to rear up and look you in the eye.


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