10 Hunters More Lethal Than the Predator Comments - Mania.com



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Darkknight2280 7/7/2010 10:50:10 AM

Skeeters definatley arent hunters. Maybe serial killers if they carry the bird flu nad west nile or aids or even super aids!

FerretJohn 7/7/2010 11:42:02 AM

I'm sorry, but I'm focusing on the title here, "More lethal than the Predators".  As nasty as the cobra and the polar bear or even the dreaded (*snicker*) mosquito is I don't recall ever seeing them with shoulder mounted blasters, personal cloaking fields, or multi-spectrum tracking sensors.  Even without the toys I'm pretty sure a naked Predator could kill half your list.

wessmith1966 7/7/2010 11:56:13 AM

That picture of the great white is awesome; a death smile! My number one..a force recon Marine with his Ka-bar. Semper Fi brothers!

krathwardroid 7/7/2010 12:21:33 PM

Ah, the wonders of the Earth...

krathwardroid 7/7/2010 12:27:21 PM

karas1: Thousands of people die by human hands in certain African countries every day alone, so you're not far off there. After a year goes by, I'm sure that can add up to 2,000,000 or more. Humans are a deadly species, which is why the Predators looove to hunt us so much! :P

violator14 7/7/2010 12:54:53 PM

OH, i thought of something deadlier than all of these. Having to sit through "the Last Airbender".

metalpause 7/7/2010 1:11:03 PM

Fun article! Thanks!!!

Jetro 7/7/2010 3:30:16 PM

Not that I don't find these lists interesting but last I checked, Mania.com was about science fiction, comics and entertainment, not the Discovery Channel.

violator14 7/7/2010 3:41:42 PM

Dude, people need to stop complaining about the content of lists and articles. If u dont like them, make ur own damn website. They can do whatever the hell they want.

swisshammer 7/7/2010 3:44:26 PM

When I lived in Africa, a common problem was the tumbu fly. Very similar to the botfly, a tumbu fly would lay it's eggs on your wet clothes or wet towels. Then, when these clothes or towels touched human skin, the eggs would burrow into the unsuspecting host.

If found quickly enough, they are easily removed. A physician will apply a dab of vaseline on the larvae, inhibiting it from breathing. Then when the larvae pokes out to breathe, the physician will squeeze it out like a zit. It's pretty disgusting.

Another problem is the tsetse fly. If this fly bites you, it transmits a parasite that quickly destroys your inner organs.

Fun times in Africa, folks!! Hahaha!

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