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“The actual cleaning work is done by a horde of carrion-eating Dermestid beetles, which eat away all the flesh.”
“Power will co-produce the miniseries with Canada's Prodigy Pictures, based on John Wyndham's best-selling 1951 novel about an invasion of mobile, carrion-eating plant monsters.”
“And deal with the fact that some of us get enjoyment out of the carrion-eating birds coming to roost exactly where they were predicted to.”
“Read at your own peril, but afterwards you will have a renewed appreciation for dogs, vultures, and other carrion-eating wildlife. via Everlasting Blort”
“Fox Cable News, like the jackal-headed, carrion-eating god, Anubus, leads the old man through the land of the dead: Through the now dried-up swamplands of his youth ... through the limbo of suburbs and exurbs that displaced it ...”
“The idea that vultures might be lending a helping beak to the mortuary ritual was suggested by wall paintings depicting these carrion-eating birds swooping down on headless people.”
“As it is a carrion-eating bird, it was often linked in mourning activities and renewal ceremonies.”
“Larvae found in the hair of the cadavers came from several generations of flies, indicating that the bodies were watched over for several days to keep away carrion-eating animals and to allow them to be covered naturally by sand.”
“In the end I made no attempt to bury them, but rather left them to be cleaned by the carrion-eating birds congregating overhead, drawn in by the stink of a blood-drenched wind.”
“Apepi had been here at Bubasti for many years in camps that swarmed with rats, vultures and the carrion-eating marabou storks.”
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