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Nature’s CANNOT UNSEE Moments

8th February 2013

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Nature presents all sorts of curious beings. Nature also presents all sorts of HORRIFYING ANIMALS THAT WANT TO EAT YOUR SKIN. While it’s not quite as bad as landing on a lonely planet, getting infected by a face-sucking parasite, and then exploding an incubated monster out of your chest cavity…

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…ACTUALLY THAT’S EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENED TO THIS NASTY SPIDER…


http://telly.com/1KEC8M


That little monster is dead and certainly the cameraman destroyed everything with napalm. Or an atomic bomb. Better safe than sorry.

Hopefully the worst is over. Certainly nothing else could stoke your nightmares EXCEPT FOR THESE MONSTER PYTHONS COMING OUT OF YOUR ROOF that are either eating each other alive or creating new baby-MONSTER PYTHONS COMING OUT OF YOUR ROOF. This is a real “Snakes on a Roof” situation here, people!

https://telly.com/1HJFD9


Congrats. You’ve successfully avoided a dead spider’s re-animated soul in worm-form and two horny python trolls that lived in your attic since ‘85. The worst is over (if you stay on land)!

Beware of Squidzilla, the world’s largest squid caught on camera! While it’s not clear just how much of a BAWSS this monster is 20,000 leagues under the sea, it is reported he wants to eat your babies.


http://telly.com/1KFG16


Did he look familar? That’s because good ‘ol Jameson (of Jameson Whiskey) discovered it first during The Great Storm of 1781 (there was totally Hi-Def cams then, btw)!


http://telly.com/1TMV0N


And finally, one last little treasure to haunt you…less scary, more intriguing, but still a good reason to KILL IT WITH FIRE. Below is a jumping spider’s mating dance. The real fear is the freak-of-nature motorcycle sound it produces from…wherever a creature like that makes freaky sounds.


https://telly.com/1KXRWH


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