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100 Bad Ways to Die

100 Bad Ways to Die

There are a lot of things that can kill you in the outdoors if you're not careful. This list includes everything from dangerous big game to small snakes and spiders.
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from Chaletaway 10/29/2011 at 11:53am

Dam by the time I had to jump the hoops to RE-register, I forgot what I wanted to say.. ;=) oh yeh and the captcha too

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from DirtyDave777 5/24/2011 at 03:24pm

Unless theres a Blondie and lots of gratuitous sex involved .
IS THERE A GOOD WAY TO DIE?

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from HuntinFool111 5/24/2011 at 12:53pm

Barracuda are so bad they got two spots..

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from Sir Bimbus 4/1/2011 at 10:30am

Riveting, rich and informative.

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from Daniel Ettinger 2/24/2011 at 06:25pm

I can't speak as to how bad some of these creatures are, but I have first hand experience with Brown recluses. Swelling, inflammation, blood poisoning, two weeks on crutches and finally, all the skin on the top of my foot peeled off. The bite often feels no worse than a mosquito.

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from tom343 2/9/2011 at 01:32pm

Great show- now I can sell all my outdoor stuff and move into a hermetically sealed condo someplace. Oh, I forgot the rats...

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from ronad6 1/21/2011 at 03:00pm

Not trying to start a holy war; but you guys forgot the worst way of all.....without Jesus.

John 3:16 & 17

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from hanshi 1/14/2011 at 01:21pm

The idea of "most venomous" needs to be clarified. For instance, is it based on a drop for drop venom analysis, amount of venom injected, bite frequency, frequency of dry bites, etc. Also there were a number of factual errors describing the biology of some of them, i.e., the fire ant is not a wasp. What is not in question is the danger posed by all the creatures discussed.

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from land_cruiser_73 1/14/2011 at 10:39am

I'm going to have to reread the article and count how many times the words 'the most venomous' occur.

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from Enrico L. Appiano 1/14/2011 at 03:20am

Very interesting (and fraightening). But you forgot some: I just mention the weaverfish (trachina draco): common along all the mediterranean and western European coasts up to the English Channel. Its sting causes excruciating pain, and possible fainting causing drawning.
i would also have liked to read the latin/scientific names of all the listed "pets".

Enrico L. Appiano

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from jamesti 1/13/2011 at 07:14pm

i would like to add ex-wives to that list. great post, though.

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from joshandtam 1/13/2011 at 12:05pm

Great slide show. We used it as part of our homeschool lessons today. We added a badger though, as our 15 year old son was attacked last October on a deer hunt in northern Nevada. That badger and our son Russell and his Uncle Scott are in our profile pic.

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from jamesti 1/13/2011 at 07:14pm

i would like to add ex-wives to that list. great post, though.

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from joshandtam 1/13/2011 at 12:05pm

Great slide show. We used it as part of our homeschool lessons today. We added a badger though, as our 15 year old son was attacked last October on a deer hunt in northern Nevada. That badger and our son Russell and his Uncle Scott are in our profile pic.

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from Enrico L. Appiano 1/14/2011 at 03:20am

Very interesting (and fraightening). But you forgot some: I just mention the weaverfish (trachina draco): common along all the mediterranean and western European coasts up to the English Channel. Its sting causes excruciating pain, and possible fainting causing drawning.
i would also have liked to read the latin/scientific names of all the listed "pets".

Enrico L. Appiano

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from land_cruiser_73 1/14/2011 at 10:39am

I'm going to have to reread the article and count how many times the words 'the most venomous' occur.

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from hanshi 1/14/2011 at 01:21pm

The idea of "most venomous" needs to be clarified. For instance, is it based on a drop for drop venom analysis, amount of venom injected, bite frequency, frequency of dry bites, etc. Also there were a number of factual errors describing the biology of some of them, i.e., the fire ant is not a wasp. What is not in question is the danger posed by all the creatures discussed.

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from ronad6 1/21/2011 at 03:00pm

Not trying to start a holy war; but you guys forgot the worst way of all.....without Jesus.

John 3:16 & 17

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from tom343 2/9/2011 at 01:32pm

Great show- now I can sell all my outdoor stuff and move into a hermetically sealed condo someplace. Oh, I forgot the rats...

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from Daniel Ettinger 2/24/2011 at 06:25pm

I can't speak as to how bad some of these creatures are, but I have first hand experience with Brown recluses. Swelling, inflammation, blood poisoning, two weeks on crutches and finally, all the skin on the top of my foot peeled off. The bite often feels no worse than a mosquito.

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from Sir Bimbus 4/1/2011 at 10:30am

Riveting, rich and informative.

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from HuntinFool111 5/24/2011 at 12:53pm

Barracuda are so bad they got two spots..

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from DirtyDave777 5/24/2011 at 03:24pm

Unless theres a Blondie and lots of gratuitous sex involved .
IS THERE A GOOD WAY TO DIE?

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from Chaletaway 10/29/2011 at 11:53am

Dam by the time I had to jump the hoops to RE-register, I forgot what I wanted to say.. ;=) oh yeh and the captcha too

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