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Finished my previous book so, starting a new one.

Finished my previous book so, starting a new one.

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"Next time I’ll be braver, I’ll be my own savior"

"Next time I’ll be braver, I’ll be my own savior"

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Aaaand here it is! Can’t even tell you how amazing they are. These babies are huuuuge, they have potent, bacteria-filled saliva, and in recent yrs, have been found to actually be venomous. They have sharp teeth and claws and boy can they run! It’s amazing because it’s like they’re given ultimate power over other animals and I don’t really know why. In context, snakes that are tiny have been provided with venom for protection but snakes like anacondas which are huge are non-venomous because they rely on muscle strength thus the name constrictors. So, every defense mechanism of every animal is given to them by nature to compensate for the things they lack. It’s not the same for the Komodo Dragons. They’re even asexual! Sorry for the long post. It just doesn’t make sense to me. And that’s what’s so fascinating— it’s the realization that, with these creatures, nature is telling us that some things don’t need to make sense. Not even a little. Not even at all. #komododragon 

(Ps: it’s funny cuz I’m scared of house lizards but I love this particular reptile😂)

Aaaand here it is! Can’t even tell you how amazing they are. These babies are huuuuge, they have potent, bacteria-filled saliva, and in recent yrs, have been found to actually be venomous. They have sharp teeth and claws and boy can they run! It’s amazing because it’s like they’re given ultimate power over other animals and I don’t really know why. In context, snakes that are tiny have been provided with venom for protection but snakes like anacondas which are huge are non-venomous because they rely on muscle strength thus the name constrictors. So, every defense mechanism of every animal is given to them by nature to compensate for the things they lack. It’s not the same for the Komodo Dragons. They’re even asexual! Sorry for the long post. It just doesn’t make sense to me. And that’s what’s so fascinating— it’s the realization that, with these creatures, nature is telling us that some things don’t need to make sense. Not even a little. Not even at all. #komododragon

(Ps: it’s funny cuz I’m scared of house lizards but I love this particular reptile😂)

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