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Barry the Giant Worm 
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Post Re: Barry the Giant Worm
For game purposes, this giant worm might need to be named the Rotwang. :)

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Post Re: Barry the Giant Worm
I'm totally picturing this worm as a loud, annoying attention hog at a party:

HI THERE, SWEET-CHEEKS! NAME'S ROTWANG, BARRY ROTWANG! AHHA HA HA! YEAH, PUT 'ER THERE, SHAKE ON IT -- OH, MAN, I'M SORRY, I FORGOT TO WARN YA 'BOUT THE NUMBNESS. NOPE, YOU'RE STUCK WITH IT. HEY, BABY, WANNA FIND OUT WHY THEY CALL ME "BARRY THE GIANT WORM"? YEAAAAAAHHH!! HEY, IS THERE ANY CORAL? I'M STARVING!

You know...that guy.

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Post Re: Barry the Giant Worm
Enjoyed the irony that it would be mute and all wet. ;)

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Mark wrote:
For game purposes, this giant worm might need to be named the Rotwang. :)


I endorse and approve of this statement.


Sat Apr 11, 2009 4:03 pm
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It rots your wang? That's even worse!

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Post Re: Barry the Giant Worm
I thought you guys might like to see a snake that's found in my area:

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Wikipedia wrote:
Tiger snakes possess a potent neurotoxin (notexin), coagulants, haemolysins and myotoxins, and rank amongst the deadliest snakes in the world. Symptoms of a bite include localized pain in the foot and neck region, tingling, numbness, and sweating, followed by a fairly rapid onset of breathing difficulties and paralysis. While antivenom is effective, mortality rates approach 45% if not treated.

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Yeah I've heard Australia is home to some pretty nasty species of snake.

But that one there in particular is freaking ugly as sin to boot.

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Post Re: Australia and beyond
http://www.yesaustralia.com/Curiosidades-animaising.htm


http://asgap.org.au/APOL7/sep97-4.html


http://yourscienceblog.blogspot.com/200 ... imals.html

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