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  1. archangelospumoni says

    Now I know (maybe) why Dr. Myers studied biology instead of my major. Studying Mozart or Beethoven . . . a little different.

    HAR HAR HAR HAR.

  2. chigau (違う) says

    I’m sure that if they tried a little harder, they could have made the narration even more repulsive.

  3. Zeppelin says

    Well, that was puerile and uninformative. I wonder if your cringing response just kind of atrophies after jobbing as a voice actor long enough? I couldn’t have read that script with a straight face.

  4. juliaa says

    I wonder if – the narrator graduated – from the William – Shatner School of – Acting?

  5. EigenSprocketUK says

    Director: Now add lots of gurgling and sloshing noises.
    Foley artist: OK, done that. Think I’ve gone too far though?
    D: No, we’ll need twice as much.
    F: …
    D: And make sure to add lip-smacking noises too. This thing was hungry. That’s the noise that makes people understand real science.
    F: …

  6. anchor says

    Hear that Smithsonian? Knock it off with the idiotic drama porn narration and narration. Geez that sucked.

  7. anchor says

    Hear that Smithsonian? Knock it off with the idiotic drama porn narration and sound effects. Geez that sucked.

  8. davidc1 says

    Best evidence against a compassionate and loving God i have seen in a long time .

  9. petrander says

    1:05 No brain? Being annelids, I am pretty sure these worms have a centralized nervous system with a concentration of nerve cells near the mouth, where all the sensory organs are, that would count as a “brain”, however tiny.

  10. microraptor says

    I guess a species known for biting through corals wouldn’t have much issue with a boxfish’s armor, but what about the toxins they secrete? Are they only effective on vertebrates?

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