What is the most terrifying animal?
honestly, what you postedi'm fucking terrified of great whitesi think their beautiful and i respect them but they scare the shit out of me>https://boston.cbslocal.com/2020/09/08/great-white-shark-race-point-beach-provincetown-cape-photos/>t. massachusettsian
Whatever it is, it probably lives under water
this feller here
>>3648395i squished one of those last week and got bug juice on my lips. strange smell.
>>3648400I killed one of these in the kitchen and it stank for 3 days
>>3648403did it smell like foliage but bad?
>>3648406I guess, very strong smell though
>>3648391I was about to post this but you beat me to it. What an unthinkable monster. I kinda wish they were bigger though.
>>3648395What's their endgame?
>>3648445what is it?
>>3648443>Annoy humans>Stink in self defense>Get eaten by birds anyways>Get eaten by ants anyways>???
>>3648395these guys roam my house freelypretty clever defense mechanism they have, i respect it>if you kill me, then you will be the one who suffers!
>>3648445Agree, wasps are creepy as fuck.
>>3648473The only known counter to the Vasp, the Terrible
>>3648459lmao what a cuckold, do they bang ur mom too?
>>3648445>>3648471>bees and ants also evolved the ability at some point, but lost itWe should be thankful
>>3648305For me, it's the kraken. I have no doubt huge ones exist out there, ship size.>>3648391what he do>>3648443help the chinks conquer the world>>3648471>>3648473I think they're very sigma based
>>3648443What are those red dots on the top of its head?
>>3648825Another set of eyes
that one moth that looks like a parasite eve boss battle. the more I look at it the more unnerved and nauseous I become
>>3648317>terrified of something that instinctually runs away at the sound of gunshots and/or sirens
Praying mantis, or basically most Insects if they had lungs and could get bigger, being eaten alive is in my eyes one of the most terrifying things ever.
>>3648648Is that your penis
>>3648305You posted it.
Not necessarily terrifying, however really fucking creepy. Especially how those fuckers move, they are lightning fast, and their legs do this wicked wave motion. Oh, and some are actually fairly big, which only adds to the spookiness.
>>3648305I-I-I need about three fitty
>>3649334House centipedes are creepy looking but they're really helpful critters to have around. They don't bite humans but do eat all sorts of other bugs and spiders.
>>3649377really? i squash those fuckers on sight. spiders are chill tho provided they have a web and dont roam around like some do.
>>3649399Straight up, creepy as they seem they're some of the best invertebrates you can have in your house. All that speed makes them amazing hunters. If you view termites, ants, cockroaches etc like mice and rats those guys are like cats on steroids. I let spiders be as well because they mostly do the same thing, but in general spiders are trap hunters who wait for something to wander into their domain. Also spiders will bite you on occasion if one's on you while you're sleeping and you startle it or the like and spider venom can cause nasty reactions depending on the type. House centipedes are both more active hunters and even if they wanted to bite you, they can't in the way a spider can. It took me some time to come to terms because they really are freaky as fuck running around like that and I used to squish them too. But now they're my bros and when I see one it's a good sign.
>>3649412>spiders will bite you on occasionWhen I was a kid we had a problem with yellows sac spiders. They would always bite my feet when at my computer and cause some pretty itching swelling. Like I say tho if they have a web they're chill. I actually had a "pet" spider in my window that I would feed bugs to. Fucker got the size of a two dollar coin.
>IS THAT A HECKING SURFER
>>3649418Same here. This is Shelob, an orb weaver that lived in my kitchen for a good long time. Was a great pal and eater of fruit flies.
>>3648445>>3648473A hornet just flew into my apartment today. I'm glad it eventually flew back out.
>>3649439I was swarmed by hornets this summer who had built a nest in my compost container. Got bit about two dozen times in 30 seconds or so, it was pretty darn unpleasant.
>>3649493lmao why didnt you run?
>>3649493I think I would go into shock. Once got bit maybe 8 times by yellow jackets and got hives
>>3649497Ohh I did. That 30 seconds was me going from my compost to the house. Once one bites though it sends a signal to attack that the others detect and you might not realize, but hornets are pretty fucking fast. I returned an hour later with a kettle of boiling water though so joke's on them in the end.
>>3649498Yeah it's interesting, a similar thing happened about 15 years ago while out on a hike. Stepped in the wrong spot and got swarmed. Had to run much farther than this last time to get away from them. That time I felt a deep sense of depression and hopelessness that lasted a few hours, it was very surreal. This time I felt almost energized and a wicked anger which was an equally surreal experience. Neither are something I want to replicate, but lone hornets I'm not afraid of and when they fly into our store I'm the one called upon to deal with them cause I just capture safely and let them go outside.
I see y'all niggas never heard of the dick fish...
>>3649791I have, thanks for reminding me dickhead
>>3648305For a human its probably the Great White. I learned a lot about sharks and large female GWs are just awful. Theyre literally monsters. For all animals probably the Orca or weasel or that eyeball worm on frilled sharks.
>>3649857God i miss kermit
>>3649857Yet the apex predator of humans is the mosquito. Killed more than all our wars and by far any other animal.
>>3648502I tried this on a nest. I was then swarmed by wasps that were also on fire. They don't die immediately, it takes a few seconds. Do not recommend.>>3649857Whats so bad about great whites? They're entirely avoidable. A bull shark can come find you inland where you least expect a shark to be.
>>3649500>>3649498>>3649493Why do people say "bite" when they mean "sting"Ants bite, spiders bite. Scorpions, wasps, hornets and bees sting.Though I believe some ants can also sting
I live in tropical Northern Australia and believe me green tree ants are the worst.Crocodiles? Just stay away from the bodies of water they live in. Sharks ditto. Jellyfish? Wear a stinger suit. Stonefish? Don't step on rocks. Snakes, Dingos? Leave them the fuck alone. Shake spiders out of your boots and otherwise leave them alone too. But green tree ants are just cunts. They're on almost every piece of vegetation and they're super territorial and aggressive. If a vine dangles onto your car expect to find them swarming it. If you bush against a fern expect to get bitten 7-8 times. I have a mango tree in my front yard and if I mow underneath it they fucking DROP ONTO ME to bite me.
>>3649961Naw bees and scorpions sting, hornets bite.
>>3649973Spray some crop dust onto it, just get one of those hand pump sprayers and use that on yer lawn and trees and shit if it's that bad of a problem.
>>3649973That sucks man.
>>3650101at least its hygienic.
>>3649973>australian drop antsYep, another natural horror to add to the list of reasons I'm never visiting.
>>3649422they're asking for it
>>3648648Mm spring roll
>>3649948Except it isn't a predator.
>>3650599Beelzeboss is that you?
>>3650599that was it. you didn't really have to post it though