Sessile land animals of the Malaysian Hajnal river delta
"Sessile animals are common in he sea, clinging to rocks for example barnacles and anamones and fanworms.
These are the only sessile animals ever discovered on land. Since their discovery in 2009 the area covered by these creatures has grown by 20,000 hectares per year and continues to spread."
This is fake, dude.
Back in my school days, we were shown the making of of this video, with commentary from it's creator.
Pretty impressive and cool stuff nonetheless though.
The Japanese Hornet, which grows to almost 3 inches long and has a sting that, well...
The potency of its sting derives from the relatively large amount of venom it is able to inject with each sting. Being stung is extremely painful and requires hospital treatment. On average 40 people die every year of anaphylactic shock after having been stung, which makes the Japanese giant hornet the most lethal animal in Japan, as bears kill about ten people and venomous snakes kill five to ten people each year.
Last edited by Psychotime; May 2nd, 2012 at 10:17 PM.