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This bird regurgitates a revolting substance onto their predators

Vomiting to keep predators away. That's the disgusting but effective technique that fulmars use as self-defense.

05/23/2019 6:39 AM
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25 comments

  • Ziyan Z.
    05/23/2019 06:45

    Dracarys

  • Katy W.
    05/23/2019 06:52

    😂

  • Jason F.
    05/23/2019 07:26

    People have been using the same technique on the trains lately.

  • Yann F.
    05/23/2019 07:30

    prend note pour le kraken

  • Chris S.
    05/23/2019 08:23

    Oh mein Gott, den brauch für meinen Cag |D

  • Bonnie R.
    05/23/2019 09:59

    My Parrot ejaculated on me & claimed me his own after doing the mating dance for me. My Avian Dr.was not surprised.

  • Dina M.
    05/23/2019 10:06

    wow I didn’t know that!!

  • Fabiana F.
    05/23/2019 10:17

    wow

  • Jonas B.
    05/23/2019 10:20

    primine kazka

  • Marybeth S.
    05/23/2019 10:40

    Lmao

  • Ellie W.
    05/23/2019 12:07

    need this skill

  • Lily A.
    05/23/2019 12:37

    😂😂

  • Rachel H.
    05/23/2019 12:51

    we’ll call it my defense mechanism 😂😂😂

  • Cathlene C.
    05/23/2019 13:32

    mood

  • Lou C.
    05/23/2019 14:04

    j'ai trouvé mon animal totem

  • Kate W.
    05/23/2019 14:22

    I nearly did this Monday night 🤮

  • Sabryn W.
    05/23/2019 14:35

    me if I were a bird

  • Jason M.
    05/23/2019 14:40

    Vultures do the same thing.

  • Carlo D.
    05/23/2019 16:03

    Gregor

  • Louise F.
    05/23/2019 16:30

    I used to be a teacher for Children with special needs. Some of them could do this. If they got mad or upset, they would just throw up, and a few could hit a target with it. You had to be ready to duck! 😃😂🤣😂😃😃👍🏻