Burn Nature To The Ground!: The 'Venom' Caterpillar

January 31, 2012


Because Mother Nature may in fact be an evil sorceress and not the unshaven, tree-loving, weed smoking hippie-woman we've all imagined, here's an actual shot of a Brahmin-moth caterpillar taken by biochemist/photographer Igor Siwanowicz. WHAT. THE. F***? Why does it have all those freaky doo-dads? Will it kill you if you touch it? Where's Spiderman when you need him? Please don't say banging Mary Jane, please don't say banging Mary Jane. "Banging Mary Jane." GAAAAAH -- and I was just about to ask her out to coffee!

Caterpillar vs. Venom of the Day [geeks.thedailywh.at]

Thanks to Mark, who once ate a Spiderman caterpillar and can now piss silk but only after midnight and never with another guy peeping over the urinal divider.

  • costofawebsite

    There are also salt lakes,
    which are smaller bodies of landlocked saltwater that are not
    interconnected with the World Ocean. Two notable examples of salt lakes
    are the Aral Sea and the Great Salt Lake.

  • RDarker

    That shit is BAWS. It's all "Come at me bro!" If it's a caterpillar, what kind of moth does it turn into? Proly a fuhkin fire breathing, acid spitting, death coated Doomfly with spots that resemble dead babies that's what.

  • wad

    I was just done playing Resident Evil 3D and though; well... what awesome posts could be on Geekology.

    This scared the living shitzles out of me...

  • Guest

    I bet this fella has no predators.

  • Alright, who gave Tim Burton access to the gene splicer?

  • n_a_a_s

    awesome, love it!

  • Damn nature you scary

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