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(Coffee)house centipede close-up

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29th May 2007, 17:34  

Dhamaka says:

eww

29th May 2007, 17:36

minkey says:

is it real...arghhhh

29th May 2007, 18:07

Yup. It's real.

The body was about an inch long, but the leg-span....

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29th May 2007, 18:33

christ, its like an alien or something. i've never seen anything like that before...

29th May 2007, 18:40
29th May 2007, 18:43

yuckaroo

29th May 2007, 18:50

I got a tiny tiny centipede in my shoe once when I was about 7 and its scarred me for life!This one is pretty coloured legs even tho its got a scary face..

29th May 2007, 19:16

ookiine says:

ALIEN!!!!

29th May 2007, 22:05

Euphro says:

That is awesome! Could it move quickly?

29th May 2007, 22:18

minkey says:

Can you imagine how many shoes it would need (sorry just saw microcosmos over the weekend and had two secs of pure madness with one of those...) :-)

29th May 2007, 22:39

bronxelf says:

They're House Centipedes. We had one here a couple weeks ago. Interestingly, I, who used to be very freaked out by insects wasn't freaked out by this at all. Before I got a chance to look up what it was and photograph it, it was smooshed by the monster, who declared it something out of a Lovecraftian nightmare.

But, as happens, they're harmless. They can move quite fast though.

30th May 2007, 01:02

aaaaagggggggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

30th May 2007, 22:38