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post #31 of 188
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This surprised me. I did not have any idea how much more powerful an orca was than a great white.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8GaDuCvYbE

That's pretty rad. Too bad they didn't show more of the (dead) shark.
post #32 of 188
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That's pretty rad. Too bad they didn't show more of the (dead) shark.
Last winter we went down in a shark cage where that footage took place. We were hoping to see such an event, but instead we looked at the bottom of the boat for 8 hours.
post #33 of 188
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Last winter we went down in a shark cage where that footage took place. We were hoping to see such an event, but instead we looked at the bottom of the boat for 8 hours.

That's pretty anticlimactic, did you see any sharks though? Usually, the anticipation leading to an event is better than the actual event, for me anyway.
post #34 of 188
no, we saw a school of minnow.
post #35 of 188
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no, we saw a school of minnow.

Fantastic!
post #36 of 188
Hello Kitty, because nothing can withstand the power of cute!
post #37 of 188
Megalodon vs Giant Squid

Komodo Dragon vs King Cobra

Driver Ant swarm (20 million carnivorous ants) vs a pack of 700 Giant Anteaters (can eat roughly 30,000 ants a day)
post #38 of 188
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Last winter we went down in a shark cage where that footage took place. We were hoping to see such an event, but instead we looked at the bottom of the boat for 8 hours.

post #39 of 188
Mutated Ebola Virus vs Humanity, and possibly chimpanzees and monkees
post #40 of 188
Mini Ditka.
post #41 of 188
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This surprised me. I did not have any idea how much more powerful an orca was than a great white. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8GaDuCvYbE
Sometimes packs of orca will attack whales. Its most powerful attack is the tail slap. Once, an orca in captivity slapped another orca in the head during a public performance, causing the victim to die of massive hemorrhaging.
post #42 of 188
Young deer vs. teen gorilla
post #43 of 188
In the event of a nuclear war, my money's on the cockroach.
post #44 of 188
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Sometimes packs of orca will attack whales. Its most powerful attack is the tail slap. Once, an orca in captivity slapped another orca in the head during a public performance, causing the victim to die of massive hemorrhaging.

Bottlenosed Dolphins are actually quite the predator too. They've been documented killing smaller Harbor Porpoises, ganging up and killing sharks, young dolphins, and occasionally humans by ramming them with the tip of their snout at speed and savaging them with tooth and fin.
post #45 of 188
Pound for pound, the wolverine is pretty badass.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=8Ryzqw6ZPE4
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