I think I need to stop doing what I’m doing…
I didn’t know this was part of the drill…(W/ SirSnicker, Kyle Tapley, & taylor shrum) by Thomas Sanders
THIS ONE WAS SO MUCH FUN
200 protesters continue to march for justice on Thursday night, Aug. 21st.
A Darwin’s beetle fights rival males, tossing them to the forest below using his immense jaws » http://bit.ly/IAVeE2http://
"Indian Giant Tiger Centipede" (Scolopendra hardwickei)
…a large species of scolopendrid centipede that is native to parts of Southeast Asia. Like other scolopendrids S.harwickei is a predator and will feed on small vertebrates and invertebrates, dispatching them with its venom. S.hardwickiei’s venom is very potent and will cause extreme pain, swelling and aches in humans.
Scolopendra subpinipes (Scolopendridae) is a common centipede in the whole Asian subtropics and tropical area and is also introduced in many other countries and areas around the world.
It has many common names including Chinese Red Head, Giant Centipede, Jungle Centipede, Orange Legged Centipede, Red Headed Centipede and Vietnamese Centipede.
To date, Scolopendra subspinipes comprises six valid subspecies. Of these, Scolopendra subspinipes dehaani (shown in the photo), the largest subspecies (over 22 cm body length), has been raised to species level, Scolopendra dehaani (Kronmüller, 2012), because it is clearly separable from all other taxa of the Scolopendra subspinipes group by the absence of ventral spines at the prefemur of the terminal legs.