Oct 21, 2011

Survival


How will it be? Reverse food chain?



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24 comments:

  1. Hehehehehe.........pic is so funny! :)

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  2. Rerverse food chain indeed! The prey doesn't give up easily :P

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  3. hahaha...lovely pic...never say never :)

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  4. Yeah! Never give-up!:) Keep moving! Even if how hard it is, hold on tight..:) Just like what pic show..lols..!

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  5. hehehe..you made me smile sis..yes never give up and in reality if we are to be a prey..I guess we can't reverse the food chain because it is what we are made of..so be wise, accept what life has for you..never give up..do everything to survive..and one day you won't even notice..you have already been set free..so jump jump froggy ;)

    *passing by Balqis..have a happy morning ahead..smiley smiley ;) *

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  6. Hi guys! Now, I'm here after another hectic day. Let me reply one by one. :)

    @Aakriti - It's nice seeing you laughing. At least, we can loosen the stress of the day. Thanks, Aakriti. :)

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  7. @Jojo - That's why I asked the question. Will nature be balanced? Just wondering! Thanks, Jojo. :)

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  8. @Israr - Nice to hear you laughing, Dr. Yup, never say never until the last breath. No matter how critical it is, there's always the possibility of surviving. Thanks a lot, Dr. :)

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  9. @Sagittarian - Yes!Yes!Yes! Don't be victimised so easily. Life must go on! Thanks, Ros. :)

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  10. @Ana - A big NO! Thanks, Ana. :)

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  11. @Sie - Like your sweet smile. :) No matter what, no matter why, no matter when, no matter where, we deserve to fight for our lives. Thanks a lot, Sie. :)

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  12. No, it is not a reverse food chain cos the frog is not attempting to eat up the crane. But, it is blocking the way that it has learnt is going to lead it to the hell! So, it is just a wise struggle for the ultimate survival!

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  13. Was just thinking if ever the frog could free itself from the crane, would it be like a reverse food chain when the frog(s) take revenge on the crane. How about a troop of frogs having each little bite on the big species. Just a thought! :)

    Looking at the pic, we can interprete in a wider aspects. Thanks, Suresh, for your opinions. :)

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  14. Hahaha! Which one is in charge? Looks like both having their guts on- LOL

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  15. This is lovely..
    I saw one video, a survival fight between a python and a crocodile. same. As the huge crocodile was busy trying to swallow the snake's head, its body was being frantically wrapped and squeezed by the python..

    Gave up, both swam in different directions.

    Living today can be hard, we need to learn survival instincts from these animals! haha

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  16. what is the frog's looking inside the bird's mouth?
    I see it like this..the bird stole the frog's ONLY food (maybe choco), and the frog became furious, he tried to get back his food by getting his head in to the bird's throat, choking the bird. That's how they fight for survival. Gross.

    Moral of the story: DON'T STEAL CHOCOS OR YOU'LL BE CHOKED.

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  17. @Omo - LOL! Don't know which one will win. But determination will determine. Isn't it good to see the small prey struggling for its life? It isn't something which we enjoy watching but literally speaking, there are messages from this pic. It depends on our interpretations and how we perceive it. Thanks a lot, Omo. :)

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  18. @Katrina - Indeed, there are lessons to be learned and all around us. Thanks for sharing the story of the croc and python. :)

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  19. @Beanie - LOL! May be that's what it's looking for but risk its life by going too far!! Nevertheless, on quick action, its hands could grip tight the crane's neck. It's a losing battle for both! Thanks for your funny response. :)

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  20. If froggy won't get the choco inside birdie's throat, froggy will not survive..froggy told me his motto "it's make or break (bird's neck)"..
    how can bakerbee consider my serious comment funny? *thinking vewy hard* *munching chocos*

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  21. An exciting twist in a common death story. Very funny! :D

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