January 16th, 2008

  • fynoda

Spider bites

Most of you know what spider bites look like, but not many of you know what they look like infected. The first is my favourite video on You Tube, for how absolutely disgusting this is.

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Edit: I'm not sure if these ARE spider bites, that's just what the original videos claimed.

Just a quick question too, are we allowed to post human diseases and illnesses?
Alice from Detective Comics' Batwoman

Winged Cats

New member! First post!

No, that's not photoshop! "Winged cats" can be caused by a number of factors. THe most obvious is a bad case of matting. However, some cats have a genetic mutation where the scruff on their neck stretches out, but doesn't snap back. Instead, the skin stretches and becomes hard due to scar tissue. The wings even appear to flap as the animal runs. In superstitious areas, the cats are often killed, believed to be agents of the devil!

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