How killer cone snails kill

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+8 1. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

So remember kids if it has a cone leave it alone....No ice-cream. :D
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0 2. buckleg08 commented 200 days ago

yup..traffic cones lie in wait for their prey...:P
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+1 3. Judge-Jake commented 200 days ago

I find it really weird how my brain works, not only do I not remember watching this video three years ago or ever, in fact I sat watching just now thinking I have never heard of a cone snail, but also I don't remember leaving my amusing comment. I think I have an explanation though and its not necessarily early onset dementia lol. Firstly I'm sure like me, you can watch a film several times without remembering the whole thing, there are parts you notice or concentrate on the second or third time that you didn't the first, or maybe you were distracted on one occasion and actually didn't register it at all, that explains the video. Regarding my comment I have come to the conclusion over the years that I can react to a situation very quickly usually in an amusing way, that's how my brain works and as such I don't have to think about it and therefore I don't need to store it in my long term memory, hence the surprise sometimes when I see something I have written and don't recall it. Don't know why I am telling you this and I can't remember what I've just said anyway so I'm off to take more medication or not. :D