>>422128 Because sometimes in nature you will find lifeforms that will sacrifice EVERYTHING to ensure they survive and have progeny, even if it means having the lowest standards of living or being fugly as shit. You wanted a joke answer, didn't you?
>>422944 The stink bugs we have here make that sound too. Whenever one flies in the room it sounds like an attack helicopter. but holy shit look at the horns on that giant beetle, it looks like it could snap off the guys fingers with no effort.
>>422971 Octopuses can survive on land for a bit, its actually pretty common in aquariums where tanks are improperly secured to find them climbing out looking for new locales.
It appears to be fleeing from the man with the camera so not sure why it isn't making for the ocean. Could always just be so panicked its running directly away from the threat and not making any sort of complicated judgement on land or water being a better chance.
>>423083 Yes but I would guess that they also rely on sight instead of biting into the first thing that smells right. Otherwise they'd try chewing through whatever gets in the way of what they are smelling.
>>423805 I've learned something pretty terrible about elephants via webm threads not long ago. Seems they don't digest the plant matter they eat all that efficiently causing them to get blocked up. So another elephant will stick its trunk up their arse and root around to help them out, pulling out a big chunk of crap. The other elephant will then eat the hunk of shitty half-digested plant matter to get all the nutrients out of it
>>424293 Did you hear about these things taking over some rich peoples gated community that was built on reclaimed marshlands? And because of laws preventing these creatures being harmed the rich people can't do anything to them.