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RE: Jonny.

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Posted by: FR at Thu Aug 15 06:46:04 2013  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by FR ]  
   

Its not about who wins or has a better explanation etc. ITs not about Gregg Troy or Will.

The discussion is about HOGS. Any one person here can think whatever they want. And stick to that however they want.

With Hogs and mice. It does not appear the salvia, venom or toxic substance in their mouths, does anything. I have been watching for some symptoms, any symptoms since the discussion began and so far, the fuzzies to small mice are swallowed alive and there appears to be no effect what so ever, other then the fangs/large rear teeth, appear to help push the food item down their throats(to aid in swallowing). The prey items feet were kicking and pushing all the way down.

Which is unlike when a lyresnake or spotted night grabs a lizard. With those, their venom seems to paralyze their prey. Of course with rattlesnakes, the prey item quickly dies.

Whats important is this, not the academics of what anyone calls anything. What does it DO. the applied part of academic verbage.

Saying I won't come here anymore is as childish as others saying I am not talking to you because your mean. hahahahahahahahahaha To all of you, discussion takes two sides, no one ever said one side HAS to change their view. Discussion is to bring up valid view points or points of interest. On a forum, that's what is important, not what any one person believes or argues. I am pretty sure several here just like to argue and its not about what they actually believe. I hope you stay. Take a deep breathe, give the offending person the finger, and post a picture of a beautiful hog. As that always wins.

If a hog envenomates a rodent and it dies, then the hog is venomous, if the majority of human bites swell up and are symptomatic, then its venomous. But if nothing happens, in either case, Gregg loses the agreement. And hogs are harmless to man and mice. Lets try a lizard and see what happens. Cheers


   

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