By sothisishowidie - 30/09/2013 11:18 - Guam - Yigo
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Just think of all the sketchy-ass animals you were surrounded by that you couldn't even see. D:
No.. No, 30. I can't believe you just said that.. My friend made me listen to that song the other day. I think I lost a ton of brain cells by the time it was over. I was hoping to never have to relive that experience again, yet, there you go bringing up repressed memories I'd rather not remember..
If you're going into a jungle, you should know to bring more than just a single flashlight. You deserve it for not being prepared.
A jungle? Really? Op may have been saying that for dramatic purposes. It doesn't look like some Indiana Jones scene everywhere on this planet, dude... Ever been to Cornwall? It has beautiful cliffs and has somewhat remote locations, but at worst you will run into a lost sheep...
Yeah but you got a great memory of that cliff and a fun story to share about how you traversed a jungle with just a flashlight. As long as you came out of it fine you'll laugh about it for years.
I don't think your being fair to that poor flashlight it's not his fault you travel unprepared!!!
Actually I'm going to pull out my useless facts and correct you. There IS a such thing as a poisonous snake. The Red-Necked Keelback, rhabdophis subminiatus, stores toxins from the toads it eats in a gland in the neck. When threatened this snake flares out it's neck and exposes a bright red color there warning a predator not to eat it. If it does, it will become very sick and probably die. Many toxic animals, including poison dart frogs and caterpillars, get their toxins from their diets. In the case of poison arrow frogs, the captive bred ones are not toxic because of the diet. For the snake I was talking about... This is in addition to being rear fanged and mild to moderately venomous.