Cruelty in nature

Discussion in 'U.K.' started by Paul, Jun 4, 2004.

  1. Paul

    Paul Cheap and Cheerful

    Just found this ...


    Amazing footage, a bit upsetting, just shows how ruthless nature can be
  2. Shakra

    Shakra Member

    That was a great wee film. Thanks fer the link.
  3. ArtLoveMusic

    ArtLoveMusic Senior Member

    that was really interesting :) wikkid thanks :)
  4. Graham

    Graham Member

    bloody ell, that scared me :eek: giant hornets 6x the size of uk honeybees? fookin hell i would shit myself if i saw any of them :p
  5. Peace-Phoenix

    Peace-Phoenix Senior Member

    Next to spiders, hornets are one of my least favourite of nature's creations....
  6. spacecadet

    spacecadet Guest

    That was a good film. the hornets go in and cut the heads off all the honey bees.

    Talking about nature being cruel.
    I saw a swan swimming around with one of it's legs sticking up into the air diagonally and twisted. It had broken it's leg but couldn't find a swan broken bone setter anywhere near so that's how it healed.

    Grotesque, cruel but here's the good thing. I watched the swan for a while and it was just as happy as all the other swans. It's got on with it's life.

    Imagine if a human had one of their leges sticking up over their shoulder. We'd never hear the last of the complaining!
  7. kier

    kier I R Baboon

    yuk yuk yuk

    i've seen a couple of hornets already this year...think i was talking to luchi, or emilie, and one almost flew in my window....feckin feck....scary :eek:

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