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Richard W. Travsky writes:
The fact that I can look at this picture without turning to stone
No no, has to be a living one. Or at least, looking it into the eyes.
I thought *it* had to look *at* its victims.
Naw, supposed to be in the eyes. Works out the same who looks first ;)
What exactly was the evolutionary advantage of a predator turning its prey
into stone anyway? Does this prove that basilisks are actually silicon-based
life forms? :)
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