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Shambler 13/03/28(Thu)08:42 No. 4480 ID: 75b47c

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Wuddint the crows eat all the zombies?

Shambler 13/03/28(Thu)14:41 No. 4486 ID: 0ae944

I recently picked up a comic book "Zombie Tales - Good Eatin'", one of the stories featured this very concept but with vultures.

It was actually a quite a nice collection and kept me occupied on the train for a few hours. Boom-Studios was the publisher.

Shambler 13/03/29(Fri)00:42 No. 4487 ID: 910f08

According to World war Z or the zombie survival guide (can't remember which one but hey same author so who gives a shit) the remains of a zombie are too poisonous to eat eer for scaenger animals

FPOB!!R1ZmxlMzD4 13/03/29(Fri)00:45 No. 4488 ID: f322df

And the zombies are moving. I don't know much about animal behavior, but I think vultures and other scavengers generally go after non-moving, obviously dead-for-good bodies.

Unknown_User 13/04/15(Mon)07:32 No. 4528 ID: 7939b9

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ZSG is also listed as Humor so I can't be too invested into it. As for OP's question, I'm now wondering about carrion feeding insects. Wouldn't there bee a boom in there population?

Sergeant+Bruce+Willis 13/04/17(Wed)10:38 No. 4537 ID: d8ce4b

The science of "zombies" is where this answer lies... With out a zombie to pick apart, we can assume that zombies would have the battery of pests and such that any dead body in the elements would. Then it's the cross section of them not being "dead" as normal terms are defined and that things like a bird would have to deal with being maybe eaten in kind if they attack or pick at one of these mobilized corpses. What stops zombies as depicted in movies and such from eating every bit of vegetation or things like grass or trees? Living cells are living cells and I know I eat a fuck ton of salad (yeah, yeah; horror, I get it)... I would think that if I were to become a creature like a zombie (God forbid), I would be after greens. Anyway, the point is made so that's what I think about it.

Shambler 13/04/17(Wed)20:17 No. 4539 ID: db3fe5

Would I be right to summarise your post as 'Grains not brains'.

Sergeant+Bruce+Willis 13/04/18(Thu)11:22 No. 4540 ID: d8ce4b

Naw dude, it's not BUT if that's all you got from it; it's cool.

Shambler 13/04/24(Wed)00:04 No. 4550 ID: f038d1

Zoltan et the eyes.

Sergeant+Bruce+Willis 13/05/16(Thu)12:06 No. 4587 ID: d8ce4b

Dude, what bro? Is that some Steven King shit?

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