August 11th, 2017 by David Triplet

As we’ve discussed here before, rabies is a disease straight from the bowels of Hell. It affects the body’s central nervous system, and it’s almost always deadly if people do not seek medical treatment immediately. One of the most terrifying things about rabies is that its incubation period is unpredictable. Sometimes you exhibit symptoms in a few days, and other times it can take years before you know you have it. By then, it’s usually too late.

When symptoms express themselves, physicians can do little more than make patients comfortable. The final days are extremely painful. The following interview with a rabies victim nearing the end of his life is heartbreaking and terrifying.

(source: TheFQALL)

If you ever find yourself in the midst of an animal attack, do yourself a favor and consult a physician immediately afterward. When it comes to fighting rabies, every second counts.

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December 21st, 2016 by Max Watson

Fish are a lot more resilient than you might think. Of course, the resiliency of fish isn’t something most people think about anyway…at least not until they’re confronted by a fish that literally survived being cut in half for more than six months.

Yes, I know that sounds insane, but it’s exactly what happened to this poor fish in Thailand. In the video below, you can see the fish still bobbing around like nothing’s wrong. It’s equal parts heartbreaking and fascinating.

(source: matichon tv)

That poor fish. I’m not sure why they didn’t just put it out of its misery. I can’t imagine that life is very much fun for a fish missing half of its torso.

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