predators Posted on April 25, 2023 by Anonymous post pics of animals that activate the primal early human brain
Something about lions that I love is how they not only manage to rock the rugged and regal looks both at the same time, but they have this unique aura that no other panther can quite capture. Tigers, leopards, and jaguars are beyond fierce, sure, but lions and lionesses just have that "Go ahead, do something, make my day gay." look to them that just demands respect. The only other panthers that get really close to it are tigers (who are biggers and have a more bombastic roar and color scheme than lions) and leopards (who may as well be the enbodiment of manlet rage with how standoffish they tend to be)
I'm going to pet that fucking kitty.
Fellas, why am I not afraid of pumas? All I see is a giant kitty and biologically it is. I know they could kill a person with relative ease, but for some reason they just don't seem scary.
Because if you can actually see the puma it means you're not in danger. It's when you don't see the puma that the kill you
I am autistic and have a weird obsession with super dangerous animals and have went out of my way to view and observe them in real life. Here are my reviews.
Impressive just because of their size. Aren't really scary just because of how lazy they seem.
For some reason not really scary even though you know they'd completely fuck your shit up for no reason
For some reason I find them extremely unsettling. They just seem evil and idk why
>Grizzly and black bears
Not really scary and I don't believe they'd go out of their way to eat you
ridiculously impressive in size. Terrifying.
scary in the way that you can just tell they don't care about anything other than chomping things but they seem easy enough to avoid
Something about them really creep me out even though objectively they'd run from you
Just don't trust them. They look dead in the eyes.
>great white shark
Terrifying but also feel like there's a low chance of them fucking with you
I more or less agree except I find Komodo dragons more or less innocuous and brown bears as very threatening
The black mamba is seriously overrated as a dangerous snake. People are scared of it because of its large size, venom and speed and they think that it will slither/run at them and bite. It uses its speed to flee in the bush, the real dangerous snakes are Echis, Bitis arietans and Daboia vipers because they are actually aggressive and will never run away.
Yeah, they’re probably the most dangerous to handle as a result of their speed but if you’re not interested in handling a deadly snake then that’s a non issue
Are those actually aggressive animals, though? I mean, I'd be pissed too if I was sleeping and some giant motherfucker stepped on my head.
I don’t think any venomous snake can really be called aggressive in the first place, it’s not like they’ll go after you. There are pythons that are meaner than any elapid or viper I’ve heard of
>I don’t think any venomous snake can really be called aggressive in the first place, it’s not like they’ll go after you
supposedly black mambas are territorial (I think it's the only snake that is making it unusual) so it makes them more unpredictable and thus more dangerous. I doubt they're as dangerous as the entertainment media makes them out to be considering we're like 50x their size so them being actually aggressive towards us would be out of character but they are definitely dangerous unpredictable animals.
They’re not even that standoffish compared to something like a king cobra, so I think the territorial thing is probably just a result of the uneducated having a snake mock charge or advance towards them in a threat display and blowing it out of proportion
But I thought my snake friends weren't interested in hurting humans
🙁 why noodlefren why
I don't trust any cat larger than a mountain lion. And even then you need to watch yourself.
They are the apex predators of any environment they inhabit for a reason.
>For some reason I find them extremely unsettling. They just seem evil and idk why
Maybe that's because Chimps are true carnivorous apes unlike humans.
Also a chimp is like a human on steriods and a single digit IQ tard that will fuck you up for trivial shit
chimps are primarily herbivorous unlike humans. they not only eat less meat, but their molars are flatter and their digestive tract is way longer. their canine teeth are for competing for mates, not killing things. they kill things by grabbing them and slamming them against stuff or just by picking up a rock.
>chimps are primarily herbivorous unlike humans.
Blacks having an addiction to KFC and
Rednecks having an open barbeque every other night does not make humans primarily carnivores.
Sure we eat meat every now and then but our diets are mostly composed of grains like bread and rice
At great cost to our health. As a form of economic exploitation - peasants eat gruel, their rulers hoard meat. I bet you think cats are omnivores because you can force them to eat goyslop. Historically humans ate very meat-heavy diets, especially saturated in fish and complex carbohydrates from root vegetables, and strongly prefer them.
just because your gnomish master has you eating literal garbage because its a cheaper way to feed the biggest number of people he can use to keep his taxation based ponzi scheme running doesn't mean you're meant to eat like that
>d-dogs are omnivores because i can force them to eat grain!
The best available estimates suggest that those ancestors obtained about 35% of their dietary energy from fats, 35% from carbohydrates and 30% from protein. Saturated fats contributed approximately 7.5% total energy and harmful trans-fatty acids contributed negligible amounts. Polyunsaturated fat intake was high, with n-6:n-3 approaching 2:1 (v. 10:1 today). Cholesterol consumption was substantial, perhaps 480 mg/d. Carbohydrate came from uncultivated fruits and vegetables, approximately 50% energy intake as compared with the present level of 16% energy intake for Americans. High fruit and vegetable intake and minimal grain and dairy consumption made ancestral diets base-yielding, unlike today's acid-producing pattern. Honey comprised 2-3% energy intake as compared with the 15% added sugars contribute currently. Fibre consumption was high, perhaps 100 g/d, but phytate content was minimal. Vitamin, mineral and (probably) phytochemical intake was typically 1.5 to eight times that of today except for that of Na, generally <1000 mg/d, i.e. much less than that of K
>Sure we eat meat every now and then but our diets are mostly composed of grains like bread and rice
bad news for you, thats not a human diet, its a cattle diet
I'm still not entirely convinced this isn't photoshopped. If it's not, then it's further proof of how far we continue to stray from God's light.
This thing is two heads away from guarding the Third Circle of Hell.
Kill all pitbulls
I can't believe they made smiledog in real life. so cool!
aww, he's smiling 🙂
The only thing that truly scares us are large apes with huge fangs
>a sloth bear still has an entry on the man eaters Wikipedia page
These things are terrifying
They simply hate people that much
They don’t actually try to eat people, they’re just so violent in their mauling they accidentally swallow pieces of people as they rip them apart
Then don't say they eat people
Who said they eat people
Wikimarxia did, by calling them "man eaters".
Their defense against predators is aggressively attacking them, probably because the alternative is letting a tiger ambush them.
not scared of any of these.
I too am European.
>Only white people have balls and act like an apex predator instead of a worthless leaf-munching prey item
Thanks for the compliment but we all come from the same source. Because humans are predators we do no have an extreme fear of predators. Simple as.
My condolences to the vegans that have began devolving into marmosets ITT
Marmoset life aint so bad tbqh
>Because humans are predators
Humans are pseudo predators.
We can't eat meat raw nor can we kill anything without tools.
Are teeth and claws are too dull and flimsy to be able to kill something with them and we need to cook meat in order to eat it.
If human had sharp canivora teeth we'd be fucking awesome.
Instead we are stuck in meek slender ape bodies that can get ragdolled by a medium sized animal like a dog
We have to be the most embarassing weak carnivores in existence.
>we can't eat meat raw
Lol yes we can, we're just too smart to want to have a ton of parasites. Human stomach acid is insanely strong and we have all the enzymes required to fully digest meat.
We evolved tool use specifically to replace these because it was a faster evolutionary path to being able to crack bones open for marrow. Also our necks are inherently weak.
The other poster already addressed the digestion thing but an unarmored man with a bear hunting spear will cripple or kill every land predator in existence, even the ones bigger, stronger and faster than him. This is because we found out sacrificing resources for brain development let us change nature to fit our own uses instead of letting evolution decide what our forms and nichés should be. The only reason tigers/lions/jaguars/bears aren't extinct yet is hecause Humans have been btfo'ing """apex""" predators for so long now that we've started pitying and protecting them from the inevitable. Second of all, it's true that modern men who live in civilized societies are untrained and weak to even pitbulls. But a trained human who lives strenuously as nature intended (think of hunter gatherer societies) will end up as strong as or stronger than a Chimpanzee (And before someone brings up reddit statistics about them being 5 gorillion times stronger than us. Its only pound for pound and even that around 20% stronger. Then you realize we have more pounds and also reach than them.)
A chimp would be scarier
Gtfo my lawn jaquan