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Aye-aye, one of the strangest looking primates can still be found in the north-eastern parts of Madagascar. This nocturnal, nearly extinct creature is viewed as ‘symbol of death’ by some Madagascar inhabitants due to aye-aye’s scary appearance and its eerie call. According to the legends of Malagasy, if aye-aye points its unusually long, pointed middle finger at someone, death will surely befall that person. This belief has resulted in the eye-eye being killed on sight, resulting in its near extinction.
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wow, I’ve seen the skin that had been left behind several times, but I’ve never actually seen the process of snakes molting. Bizarre, how the skin of the head just bursts open. Uck!
P.S. It’s actually “Satan as a snake” from the movie “Noah” :)
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Life’s “Oh Sh*t” moment #34
A.K.A. “Now you see her…now you don’t”
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"They" made a big deal out of teaching a chimp and a gorilla to use some sign language. Who knew that cats could do it too…and without the benefit of opposable thumbs :)
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Prometheus (2112). I guess some sci-fi films are worth watching, if only for the special effects and graphics :)
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