Saturday, October 23, 2010

Be Careful! The Animals Are Up to Something





(Above: Coming to get you?)

An English florist discovered a deadly South American poison dart frog in a batch of tropical foliage.

Two monkeys have been made station masters at a train station in Japan. They don't look terribly competent if you ask me.

You say they're "pets?" Tell that to the neighbors, lady.

There's an animal that is able to clone itself. We must stop them before they take over the world!

Earlier this year, a stalker pheasant was terrorizing England, and an escaped hippo was roaming free in Montenegro.

Painting with maggots.

9 Comments:

Anonymous Hana said...

Whoever wrote the pheasant article has got a background in comedy writing (; "Stalker pheasant" and "ferocious bird is known to hide silently in bushes, waiting for innocent passersby"... heh heh. It does sound pretty terrifying, though.

9:19 AM  
Blogger montana irregulars said...

i would freak out if i found a poision dart frog in my flowers!!

11:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh! You've been saving these. At least spring and summer are over, so my cyclist friends' "Killer squirrel" stories are on the decline.

Robert in San Diego

11:52 AM  
Anonymous UU said...

hmmm i wonder what promted the list....??

i am in love with teh stalker pheasant one, and i agree with was wrtten comdiacly

12:39 PM  
Blogger MushroomCloud said...

Stalker pheasant. More like stalker chicken, cause those r scarier

6:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

aww, a little stalker birdie!! cuute!! though it does bring to mind wild turkeys. (they are more likely to attack than coyotes are, and there are plenty of coyotes and turkeys in the area i live. one time, a turkey came really close to my window-it looked like a freaking dinosaur bird. another time one got up on my ROOF.) also, the time my friend and i almost got attacked by a rabid squirrel (after thinking about it for a while, im convinced of two things: one, that squirrel wasnt rabid- it was demonically posessed. and two: even though we screamed and ran from a squirrel, we arent wimps. i bet lincoln woulda done the same, or anyone else.). also, the big black birds who are always around my school and eat lunches out of backpacks. also the seagull that practically jumped on me when i was eating a sandwich. also my cousins demonic cat who has probably tried to eat/kill me before. okay, animals do not like me at all.
and, while i am completely disgusted by maggots and all other forms of bugs with either slime, legs, antennae, wings, eyes, or mass, i have to admit, the paintings that they did are pretty.
!#@$%^%#$..................not happy bout that.

10:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not related to post, but recently someone broke into my school. They climbed up onto the roof and busted a window. what's weird is that why didn't he/she break a window on the bottom floor and not have to climb a roof?

By Killer Girl in Canada

7:05 PM  
Blogger Kiki Strike said...

Because you're less likely to be seen if you break in through the roof. These are the lessons you learn living in New York City.

7:37 PM  
OpenID munna said...

for the rat article ...are they domestic rats that she bought from a a pet shop? (i would assume so anyway as wild rats tend to be extremely jumpy and impossible to catch and wouldn't be nice to pet).

rats are gorgeous creatures though. and they're quite intelligent. when they look at you, you're aware they're looking AT you ...if you know what i mean. different from a mouse and other animals. a bit more like a dog or something.

5:20 AM  

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