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The body of a dead animal; in reference to animals used for human food, the body after the hide, head, tail, extremities, and viscera have been removed.

Origin: f. Carcasse, fr. It. Carcassa

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Working on some creatures for post-apocalyptic future

... for photosynthesis. Its legs resemble roots, as it slowly moved across the land scape until is can locate an available water source. It can ingest carcasses or small live animals and insects through a mouth it has in the centre of the stalk between the root-legs (similar to an octopus). To defend ...

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by Hobble
Wed Jul 21, 2010 4:41 am
Forum: Evolution
Topic: Working on some creatures for post-apocalyptic future
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The Fiber Disease

... cases…Believe me, if this was a single military release, two or three days and everyone would be finished! Meanwhile, no one writes that several carcasses of cows with anthrax were brought into the brick factory to be burned in the furnace. But anthrax does not burn in a fire! The spores could ...

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by Skytroll
Tue Aug 22, 2006 3:46 pm
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: The Fiber Disease
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