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WTF? Are They Alive? (3 pics)

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  • 8 Oct, 2009  |
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Are those things alive?
It's like caterpillar-snakes.


1 WTF? Are They Alive? (3 pics)


2 WTF? Are They Alive? (3 pics)


3 WTF? Are They Alive? (3 pics)


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№1 Author: mudassargold (8 Oct 2009 10:32) Total user comments: 1951


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ehhhh
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№2 Author: salsapopo (8 Oct 2009 10:40) Total user comments: 12723


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fake
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№3 Author: ash666 (8 Oct 2009 12:03) Total user comments: 1856


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what????
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№4 Author: rentzo (8 Oct 2009 14:31) Total user comments: 273


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№5 Author: unknownj (8 Oct 2009 14:43) Total user comments: 427


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why should they be dead...?
theyre gooli...
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№6 Author: tapatio (8 Oct 2009 16:07) Total user comments: 2047


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LOL






fake shit
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№7 Author: Bessy (8 Oct 2009 16:48) Total user comments: 0


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Eh, no?

They're elephant-hawk moth larvae and they're adorable. Reeeeal.
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№8 Author: Standard (8 Oct 2009 17:46) Total user comments: 0


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Bessy is right. The Hemeroplanes Triptolemus, or Hawkmoth, rolls on to its back and flares its head to mimic a snake to ward off predators. Come on people. It is mimicry. A lot of insects do it.
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№9 Author: dodgers01 (8 Oct 2009 18:12) Total user comments: 238


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lame
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№10 Author: Porcelin god (8 Oct 2009 23:01) Total user comments: 56


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tapatio,

your gay!!
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№11 Author: Grim_my_Reaper (9 Oct 2009 05:49) Total user comments: 68


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eh... creepy...
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№12 Author: LOL (9 Oct 2009 06:26) Total user comments: 16


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№13 Author: jaime castro (9 Oct 2009 07:11) Total user comments: 420


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gusanitos con zoom
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№14 Author: Tao (9 Oct 2009 09:04) Total user comments: 0


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i once found one of these in my garden!
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№15 Author: parodysrivas (17 Oct 2009 21:50) Total user comments: 934


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WTF?????
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№16 Author: fluorescentG (10 Sep 2010 18:53) Total user comments: 3958


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keep it up porcelin god... 04
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