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I'm weirdly proud of both hiders and seekers.
I think the box surfing is a modelling bug; how do they move a box while they're on top of it?
Having said that, all hail BLARG, the first seeker to climb a locked ramp next to a box.
The hiders never "learned" to imprison the seekers which highlights a misconception about natural selection. The process doesn't find the best solution, it randomly finds advantages and favours them.
I think you might enjoy A chick called Albert
Cockroaches and mosquitoes? ... honestly ...?
Be warned - I've got a cockroach story too.
When I was a kid my mum trapped a single wasp in her tights after going to the toilet. That little bastard stung her many, many times. Scared the life out of me at a formative 4 or 5 years old, seeing her in pain, distressed and panicking, not being able to see it or understand what was causing the pain.
So respectfully, fucking No.
I've been meaning to read something of hers for the longest time, but never quite managed to start. Thanks for this random kick up the backside. I'm usually pretty strict about reading series in published order but since I've stubbornly failed to ever read one of her novels, what the hell. I'm not even nervous.
Improve your mobility now and DO NOT STOP.
You might think your 30s is too young but you're wrong.
So much missing from this article.
Anyone know or understand the mechanism that helps repopulate the great barrier reef?
Does it collide with it as it hits shallower water?
Can't it veer off course? or is it too big?
Is it shedding its ecosystem as it travels?
Then who was Spioniform worm?