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Strange animal comp pt 7

The F, sea spider
we' re ****** now}
The Pelagic sea slug
he Humboldt squid {above}
The ] {below}
The Mouse
The Long .
and NW’ favorite, The
Tongue eating louse
Thats its tongue D:
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running out Ill',
Dede for this
one go ire,
My face if you thumb
My face if you dont
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Submitted: 02/06/2011
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#149 - ssbmkev (02/06/2011) [+] (3 replies)
we ride
#150 to #149 - ssbmkev (02/06/2011) [-]
at dawn
#251 - Nihatclodra (02/06/2011) [+] (3 replies)
Pelagic sea slug, or baby lugia?
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#115 - GabH (02/06/2011) [+] (4 replies)
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#186 - epie (02/06/2011) [-]
Now this is what happens when we get the Bacat (baconcat)
User avatar #336 - UsagiTheRabbit (02/06/2011) [+] (2 replies)
The Tongue eating louse is a parasitic crustacean. It tends to be 3 to 4 cm long. This parasite attaches itself at the base of the spotted rose snapper's tongue, entering the fish's mouth through its gills. It then proceeds to extract blood through the claws on its front three pairs of legs. As the parasite grows, less and less blood reaches the tongue, and eventually the organ atrophies from lack of blood. The parasite then replaces the fish's tongue by attaching its own body to the muscles of the tongue stub. The fish is able to use the parasite just like a normal tongue. It appears that the parasite does not cause any other damage to the host fish.
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#180 to #174 - swimteampie (02/06/2011) [-]
Actually, as the immortal jellyfish is about to die, it reverts back to a polyp (baby jellyfish). Then it begins its life cycle again. Troll biology at its finest.
#80 - diespitris (02/06/2011) [+] (2 replies)
Spiders be crazy.

Spiders be crazy.
#285 - passthemarijuana (02/06/2011) [+] (2 replies)
whats the vampric sea spider gonna do, crawl on us to death? haha.
#136 - htownrockets (02/06/2011) [-]
1. go on google
2. type strange animals
3. copy n paste
4. ????
5. proft?
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User avatar #236 - manwithaplan (02/06/2011) [+] (7 replies)
What makes the immortal jellyfish so immortal?
#240 to #236 - obkso (02/06/2011) [-]
Cell transdifferentiation is when the jellyfish "alters the differentiated state of the cell and transforms it into a new cell." In this process the medusa of the immortal jellyfish is transformed into the polyps of a new polyp colony. First, the umbrella reverts itself and then the tentacles and mesoglea get resorbed. The reverted medusa then attaches itself to the substrate by the end that had been at the opposite end of the umbrella and starts giving rise to new polyps to form the new colony. Theoretically, this process can go on infinitely, effectively rendering the jellyfish biologically immortal
#120 - GabH (02/06/2011) [-]
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