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wombat enthusiast thread

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Rectum, Jun 24, 2003.

  1. Rectum

    Rectum 12oz Senior Member

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    wombat enthusiast thread

    Discussion started by Rectum - Jun 24, 2003

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    [img]http://homepages.picknowl.com.au/hharvey/wombat.gif'>

    [img]http://www.remmyweb.com/images/wombat.jpg'>
    [img]http://www.exn.ca/news/images/20000823-wombat.jpg'>

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    [img]http://www.collideascope.com/rkq/images/!badteet.jpg'>

    [img]http://www.cadburylearningzone.co.uk/environment/images/pictures/wombat.jpg'>
    [img]http://philrsss.anu.edu.au/photoalbum/wombat.jpg'>

    [img]http://www.lisp.com.au/~ausbush/images1/wombat-a.jpg'>

    [img]http://www.gdargaud.net/Climbing/Tasman/Wombat.jpg'>

    [img]http://www.wombats.net/wombat.jpg'>
    [img]http://www.exzooberance.com/virtual%20zoo/they%20walk/wombat/Wombat%20485089.jpg'>
     
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    IDrinkSprite - Replied Jun 24, 2003

    what country are these found in.
     
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  3. caL

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    over sized hamsters AHH :eek:
     
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  4. Mr Jones

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    Mr Jones - Replied Jun 24, 2003

    WOMBATS

    There's a Yank that writes Wombat - seen it on here - who is it?
     
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    Australia
     
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  6. .highborn

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    they are noble, but viscious wilderbeasts
    someone i know has one they are cool, im trying to get my hands on one

    post some wombat flicks from America
     
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  7. Rectum

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    Rectum - Replied Jun 24, 2003

    are you brick jones?
     
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    http://www.totallyla.com/Contests/StickerGraphics/aquabats.jpg'>
    :D
     
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  9. Mr Jones

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    you got email?
     
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  11. KING BLING

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    Fuck a wombat

    If there is such a thing its this guy, but tourist dont get too close to him.

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    Native Americans called it carcajou, a French corruption of an Native American word meaning Evil Spirit or Mountain Devil.

    Like skunks, Wolverines have a scent gland which produces a strong musky odor. They use this to mark their territory and not as a defense measure. Their defense is to attack you with their sharp claws and teeth. Typically, Wolverines drive animals away from food by baring teeth, raising hair on their back, sticking up their bushy tail, and making a low growl.

    The wolverine is noted for its strength, cunning, fearlessness, and voracity. It may follow traplines to cabins and devour food stocks or carry off portable items; its offensive odour permeates the invaded cabin. The wolverine is a solitary, nocturnal hunter, preying on all manner of game and not hesitating to attack sheep, deer, or small bears. No animal except humans hunts the wolverine.

    If a wolverine was the size of a bear, it would be the strongest animal on Earth.
    The wolverine's jaws are strong enough to crush bones.
    Wolverines are capable of bringing down deer or caribou.
    [b]A cougar will back away if it is challenged for a carcass by a wolverine. [/b]
    Wolverines are known among trappers for stealing food while fox or mink get caught.
    Wolverines are strong enough to drag an animal carcass three times their own weight for some distance.
    A wolverine's keen nose can smell food under snow.
    [b]Wolverines have been reported to drive packs of wolves from their kills.[/b]

    A wolverine will dig 8 feet into the snow to find a hibernating rodent. Sometimes wolverines hide the carcasses in secret places like trees. They dig food pits in the summer for winter feeding. One pit was found with 20 fox and 100 ptarmigan carcasses. Wolverines tend to gorge themselves to the point of bursting.


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    i can now identify an image with the word wombat. but that dosent help anything. THANKS A LOT ASSHOLE.
     
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    careful mate wombats have been known to tear haters apart in the wild
     
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    Re: Fuck a wombat

     
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  15. Melburnian

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    Melburnian - Replied Jun 24, 2003

    Wombats are staunched cunts.