Not so beneficial adaptation. Posted on September 14, 2009 by LOL Heathen Still, good job for trying. Rate this:Share this:SharePinterestFacebookRedditEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
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“Oh com on guise! I bin on my belly an eetin dust for 4000 years! Is it can be walk n talk tiem agin plz?
Or 6000 years! I lost count. Maybe if my got mah fingers back- I promise not to deceive the womans no moar!
I think trading in the locomotion was his first mistake. Or his progenitors first mistake. Or hell maybe the last of a long list of mistakes.
From the story: “Dean Qiongxiu, 66, said she discovered the reptile clinging to the wall of her bedroom with its talons in the middle of the night.”
OMG Can you imagine?! I’d have nightmares for MONTHS! EWWWWWwwwww!!!!!!
I keep coming back to this and scratching my head. I dunno, something just isn’t striking me as real.
I think it’s because the leg has that “mr. potato head” quality to it. I’m not saying it isn’t real, just that the leg almost looks stuck on top of that potato shaped growth beneath it.
How could it crawl on a wall with just one leg?
snakes are incredibly strong at gripping things. If there was enough texture i could see it use it as an anchor for slithering.
It very well could be fake, i mean, it’s china, how could you prove it. I would hardly call the telegraph a reliable source. I file this under my “I believe it because I want to” clause.
Also, it could be it’s last meal sticking out.