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22-06-2013, 04:24 PM
More evidences for IID
That is Intelligent Icky Design.

Some things in nature are just too icky to have developed naturally. Smartass

RHS 'sheep-eating' plant about to bloom in Surrey (BBC)

Quote:The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) at Wisley said the Puya chilensis, a native of Chile, would bloom in the next few days and last about a week.

In the Andes it uses its sharp spines to snare and trap sheep and other animals, which slowly starve to death.

The animals then decay at the base of the plant, acting as a fertiliser.

...

And there's this ...

Quote: ... The RHS feeds its specimen on liquid fertiliser. ...

I bet that makes it angry. Shocking

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22-06-2013, 09:18 PM
RE: More evidences for IID
(22-06-2013 04:24 PM)Abdul Alhazred Wrote:  That is Intelligent Icky Design.

Some things in nature are just too icky to have developed naturally. Smartass

RHS 'sheep-eating' plant about to bloom in Surrey (BBC)

Quote:The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) at Wisley said the Puya chilensis, a native of Chile, would bloom in the next few days and last about a week.

In the Andes it uses its sharp spines to snare and trap sheep and other animals, which slowly starve to death.

The animals then decay at the base of the plant, acting as a fertiliser.

...

And there's this ...

Quote: ... The RHS feeds its specimen on liquid fertiliser. ...

I bet that makes it angry. Shocking

Wouldn't you think its favorite food would be llamas?

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22-06-2013, 09:27 PM
RE: More evidences for IID
Sheep-eating plant, huh?

As opposed to a plain old sheep plant, I suppose.
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