That’s right, Monsters DO exist! I have listed some pictures below, all of which in my opinion are REAL monsters, living in our world today. Sleep well tonight…bwahahahaha!
This is a 24 foot crocodile that was killing off African villagers. The Army had to come in and kill this monster. A 21 footer was killing villagers in the Phillipines, which they caught, and actually released into the wild. My own opinion – once a croc reaches over 20 feet and has tasted humans – don’t let them go.
This is some kind of weird thing that lives in the ocean. All I know is if I saw one while swimming, I would freak out.
Not sure I would hold this bad boy spider crab like that, even if it WAS dead. Spiders and crabs tend to creep me out anyway, and this thing is just too big for comfort.
That is a giant coconut crab. Again, if I was taking out the trash and saw that thing, I would run off screaming and call animal control. It looks more alien than natural creature in my opinion.
Giant Isopods are armed cockroaches that crawl along the bottom of the ocean eating dead whales, dolphins, etc. They shred them with their claws on eat them. Kind of a four foot long sea cockroach on steroids. My own theory – alien scouts, waiting for the mother ship to arrive with more of them to take over the world. Time to call the Sea Orkin Man.
Enough Calamari to feed all the Italians for a month. Giant Squid! Brings HP Lovecrafts’ Call Of Cthulhu to life for me.
That is a giant version of the common earwig. It’s amazing how something you would just normally squash without a thought causes a bit more cautionary behavior whenever it is jumbo dimensions! Also, no matter how disgusting the bug, someone is willing to hold it, and reality contestants will eat it for a chance of 15 minutes of fame.
This tiny ocean dwelling creature, the hydrothermal worm, was captured on an electron microscope. It is magnified 525 times! Thank God it is not that size in the wild.
Don’t be fooled by its tiny size, its got the will and the stuff to rip you to bones. This particular cannibal lurks in the oceans at depths greater than 4 miles and has diamond-sharp teeth to cut through steel thread.
Another giant squid I believe, but nice and red. Maybe with the blood of its victims?
The Great White Shark, nature’s best killing machine. What list would be complete without it, especially with Jaws and its sequels. Are we on what, Jaws 80 now?
Yes, I know it is just a mole, but up close it looks like some freaky sci-fi monster. The big open mouth, the huge claws. Even at its relatively small size, I wouldn’t want to get near one. Too creepy…
And finally, the worst monster of all…
Starbucks! They have spread over the map like locusts, everywhere they go they addict people to caffeine in hundreds of yummy flavors. The real horror is when you realize you are paying $5 for 20 cents worth of water and ingredients – but you can’t stop – you don’t even WANT to stop! It’s worse than Invasion of the Bodysnatchers. At least in that film, people tried to avoid the pods, not so with Starbucks… People line up around the block for their Venti Caramel Macchiatos and their Lattes with a touch of cinnamon, nutmeg and vanilla. People behind on their rent and in real fear of eviction can still be seen wandering into their barrista, needing a fix, somehow scrounging up the money to fulfill their need, throwing basics like housing to the wind…