The Irresponsible Captain: Now, that's a bug you could have for dinner. Put it right next to the lobster and crab on my plate.
kimwim: a_room_with_a_moose: kimwim:I was there when that pic was taken. The hand belongs to my old boss at the WVDA.Snails confiscated from a flea market.True story, bro.What happened to them afterwards?
a_room_with_a_moose: kimwim:I was there when that pic was taken. The hand belongs to my old boss at the WVDA.Snails confiscated from a flea market.True story, bro.
stirfrybry: they killed 40,000 elephants because they thought they destroyed the environment. Later on they realized the environment required the elephants to trample the grass and defecate the seeds and urinate to nourish the grass and soil.http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=this-man-shot-40000 -e lephants-befor-2013-03Just because something kills some plants doesn't mean it's not doing something beneficial.
durbnpoisn: The Irresponsible Captain: Now, that's a bug you could have for dinner. Put it right next to the lobster and crab on my plate.It's not a bug. It's a mollusk, more like a clam. (Lobsters, though, are pretty close to bugs.)They probably could be delicious with some butter, though.
deanis: KILL COOK IT WITH FIRE!!![imamook.files.wordpress.com image 700x464]
2wolves: Butter and garlic soon to be in short short supply.
kimwim: [24.media.tumblr.com image 850x637]
cgraves67: It's Australia! I'm amazed there isn't something nasty and venomous that kills these things in a heartbeat.
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