1. Out of curiosity earlier, I asked Google, “Why do turtles live so long?”

Turtles and tortoises, if not made into scrumptious meals by sharks or whatever sea-dwelling predator, have a life expectancy¬†of up to 150 years. ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY YEARS. And to think turtles and tortoises hardly move. Cats, nimble as they are, live up to 15 years, 14 on average. Rabbits, for all their hopping and libido-related metaphors, live up to 12 according to Google. Dogs, man’s best friend in hunting and checking out bitches, live up to 11. Turtles and tortoises, THEY HARDLY EVEN MOVE — and they live up to ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY YEARS (I might use this scientific fact for excuses…err, factual…purposes).

I mean look at this guy:

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WARNING: This post may contain language and images not suitable for very young audiences. Rated SPG. Not recommended for people eating or profanity-sensitive individuals. Go to hell.

Millipede images will follow as soon as I borrow a USB Cable.

Don’t let the title mislead you. This ain’t about no fucking zoo. I haven’t been to a zoo since I was in Kindergarten. The closest I’ve been to something like a zoo is the Subic Tiger Safari, where one tiger hopped on top of our jeep.

I’m not talking about animals in cages or animals used for show outside of their natural habitat. I’m talking about creatures doing what they naturally do. What’s sad about this is what they do everyday is starting to get on my nerves. Since I’m too tired everyday to do something about it, I might as well rant.

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