Zombies are scary. We humans are evolutionarily pre-programmed to
abhor the dead bodies of our own species. It's a natural reaction,
helping healthy individuals avoid fatal pathogens.
The thought of being eaten alive is a natural fear, and when it's
your own species doing the eating, it's even more terrifying.
Relax. Next time you're lying in bed, unable to fall asleep
thanks to the vague anxiety of half-rotten corpses munching on you
in the dark, remember this: if there was ever a zombie uprising,
wildlife would kick its ass.
vs. animals? The living dead wouldn't stand a chance
- Boing Boing
This is an article for my friend Hoade. It appears that the safest place to
be in the zombocalypse is a zoo!
Who'd a thunk it?
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