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TheDarkLordChinChin

TheDarkLordChinChin

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I found this guy on a stump yesterday.

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They dont sting, or rather I have never been stung by one.
They always seem to show up around freshly cut timber, and are never seen anywhere else. They bore into it and lay eggs. The larvae are big, giant maggots really. Apparently they taste really nice, or so a Rhodesian guy once told me. I will take his word for it.
 
avason

avason

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They look like cockroaches with wings. As far as sting is concerned...ask this guy. He might know. This guy is absolutely nuts. I spent a few hours watching this guy stung by various things. OUCH!

 
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romeojk27

romeojk27

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They look like cockroaches with wings. As far as sting is concerned...ask this guy. He might know. This guy is absolutely nuts. I spent a few hours watching this guy stung by various things. OUCH!

That was crazy. Disturbing and crazy. My heart rate is up for sure after watching. Ouch! Hahaha, dude!


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