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    Video - Giant centipede eats a bat.

    I don't keep spiders or anything. I think it would be cool to have one of these in a large tank though. I'd feed it mice, hamsters, bats ... you name it.



    Here are some photos of giant centipedes.



    This one's my favorite
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    OMG, that last pic is halfway loaded, and I see feathers. I'm scrolling down, commenting, and closing this page FOREVER.
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    Livin' like a bug ain't easy / Livin' like a bug ain't easy... o//~

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    Wow that was a good video! Those are really cool, but I'm not sure I would want one in my house. They seem awfully crafty, and venomous. :O
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    I can't believe that second pic. You've got to be really stupid to free handle one of these. Giant scorpions are EXTREMELY venomous. Their venom is actually an acid that melts their prey for easier ingestion. If you live in the US desert, watch your feet!!

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    I was wondering about that... I knew that even smaller centipedes can be potentially dangerous, that one just looks savage!
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    deadly..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mass View Post
    deadly..
    and friggin' AWESOME~!

    It looks like it was made for WAR
    It's a highly efficient killing machine.
    Small mammals don't stand a chance!
    And larger mammals, should still be wary.
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    ugh... reminds me of the crap I'd find scurrying around in my apartment in Brazil...

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