Cryptid question. .. A couple could be true, but it seems fairly unlikely to me. If we can't find any, then why can they find each other to reproduce. Cryptid question A couple could be true but it seems fairly unlikely to me If we can't find any then why can they each other reproduce
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#5 - opalarrowm
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(01/17/2013) [-]
A couple could be true, but it seems fairly unlikely to me. If we can't find any, then why can they find each other to reproduce.
User avatar #7 to #5 - Daeiros
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well any animal with a decent sense of smell and hearing can avoid human detection pretty easily if it wanted to, if it's instincts to hide were strong enough. even professional hunters are far from stealthy.
most animals have mating calls, nearly every sound of nature is really just an animal screaming into the wilderness, "**** ME! SOMEONE PLEASE COME **** ME!" so it wouldn't be too hard for them to find each other to reproduce
User avatar #4 - charagrin
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(01/17/2013) [-]
Dodo's should have gone extinct allot sooner then they did. Zero survival instinct. I've read that you could walk right up to them screaming and yelling, and they would just stand there and not react at all.
User avatar #6 to #4 - dancokacole
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That was there survival instinct, they were hoping you'd think they were an inanimate object. Sadly that doesn't usually work.
User avatar #8 to #6 - charagrin
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Lol, well they needed a new one. A pet Dodo would be awesome though.
#3 - kolimm **User deleted account**
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User avatar #2 - shinkaia
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of course, especially in the oceans, hell they even said that they don't even know if megalodon truly went extinct....
User avatar #1 - ravarshi
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Yes, i believe it's possible that very few nonrepopulatable numbers of those species could have survived, and will eventually be extinct because they cannot reproduce.