impressive w/Ms. Mash there
Gorillas can also catch all the other viral and bacterial caused illnesses carried by humans
How amazing is nature as regards Lima bean plants?
Hope Tarzan never caught a cold.
Apparently, humans can catch colds from pangolins…
So does that mean that humans can catch colds from gorillas?
Well, they can have this cold I got……
Especially if you share your toothbrush with the gorilla.
And who was monitoring her pulse for six hours? Methinks she had an off and on (very weak) pulse during that time.
Audrey’s case is incredible. So is Jean Hilliard’s. I recommend reading about her, too.
When was the last time you had your temperature taken with a glass mercury thermometer? Do kids look at that picture of the gorilla and wonder why he’s wearing a goofy hat and eating his sucker backwards?
A humpback whale can carry more than 990 pounds of barnacles on its body. One time I carried more than 991 pounds of barnacles.
Maudrey Ash One time I survived 7 hours without a heartbeat.
Gorillas can also catch people.
Take care and may God bless.
Charles Fleister was given a stay of execution, during which he fell into a catatonic state. Flarles Cheister
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Gorillas: I hope to God they are not susceptible to the coronavirus.
Did the hypothermic woman get treatment at a a M*A*S*H unit?
Since a humpback whale can weigh around 30 tons, that would be about 1.7% of extra weight.
About Ms Mash, HOGWASH!!!!
A rule of thumb in regards to trying to revive someone who is hypothermic is you’re not dead until you’re warm and dead.
We’re lucky King Kong didn’t have a cold. Imagine what a sneeze could do and a cough would be like a hurricane!
@jimmjonzz This ought to placate your ignorance: the second word of the second sentence in your response is incorrect. You are using “its” as a contraction, in this case an abbreviated way of saying “it is,” not as a possessive…therefore it requires the placement of an apostrophe between the letter t and the letter s. No doubt you will now say something snarky…or blame this whole thing on the typographical omission of that cursed apostrophe.
Gorilla’s can also catch the Mumps from Humans.
The Lima Bean survives by the addage “the enemy, of my enemy, is my friend”…..
I heard that was true of plants in general: When their leaves are damaged, they emit a chemical that attracts insects or other animals that look for insects to prey upon. The chemical message was described as “Help! I’m being eaten!”
Be kind; stop kissing gorillas…
There’s a reason why “They’re not dead until they’re warm and dead” is a saying.