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Cordyceps: T-Virus a Fungus?
21-03-2014, 01:14 AM (This post was last modified: 21-03-2014 01:44 AM by LiquidBacon.)
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Restumbled on this video about a fascinating fungus species, the cordiceps. It actually causes the infected hosts to search for higher grounds, where they then die to become part of the blossoming fungus. The resulting fungus spores can reach a longer distance this way. Just amazingly terrifying:





Kind of a necroa-fungus crossover Tongue
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21-03-2014, 02:44 PM
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RE: Cordyceps: T-Virus a Fungus?
(21-03-2014 01:14 AM)LiquidBacon Wrote:  Restumbled on this video about a fascinating fungus species, the cordiceps. It actually causes the infected hosts to search for higher grounds, where they then die to become part of the blossoming fungus. The resulting fungus spores can reach a longer distance this way. Just amazingly terrifying:





Kind of a necroa-fungus crossover Tongue

More like a Necroa-Neurax-Fungus crossover Tongue
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21-03-2014, 10:19 PM (This post was last modified: 21-03-2014 10:19 PM by LiquidBacon.)
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RE: Cordyceps: T-Virus a Fungus?
(21-03-2014 02:44 PM)Pandemico Wrote:  More like a Necroa-Neurax-Fungus crossover Tongue

Ye, thats prolly more fitting! Still, imagine people going silent once infected and then climbing up houses to become fungi.
Id honestly rather have a zombie apocalypsis than that! Big Grin
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24-03-2014, 05:48 PM
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RE: Cordyceps: T-Virus a Fungus?
Quote:... Still, imagine people going silent once infected and then climbing up houses to become fungi...

That image alone has convinced me to never go outside again.
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