Even more big-ass bugs

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This follows in the line of two of my previous posts: “Big-ass bugs” and “More big-ass bugs“. Maybe I should start a “Japanese Bug” series. Anyway, this one was on the floor of the men’s room at my school. I swear, when I opened the door and I saw it, I jumped and instinctively took a step back. I mean, the thing was moving and I’m pretty sure it was looking at me! I don’t know about your neck of the woods, but I have never seen such a big centipede back in Canada. Just to give you an idea, the pen is 15 cm (6 inches) long. Creepy!

Big-ass Centipede

Big-ass Centipede

Big-ass Centipede

Big-ass Centipede

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10 Responses to “Even more big-ass bugs”

  1. Pamela Says:

    Eeewww … I moan because my floors get covered by thousands and thousands (no, I am not exaggerating) of small (1.5 inch) black centipedes here in the Canary Islands, but now I have seen this monster I am thinking that I don’t have quite so much to complain about.

    I know I would not have gone as close to it as you did!

  2. deadhippo Says:

    Yeah, thats one big insect but I have lived in Australia where those things made my heart stop. Spiders cockroaches….
    On thew other hand I nearly had a heart attack when I saw a kabuto mushi for the first time. I thought it was a giant cockroach. I wonder how something that is actually quite small fills me with so much fear? I was brave enough to catch it in a Mr. Donuts box and carry it to the local department store to try and sell it though. I was told it wasn’t a popular type and they weren’t interested.

    In Ireland there are no cockroaches, giant beetles or actually any large insects. No snakes, lizards or mosquitos.

  3. Dread Pirate Robert Says:

    Aah, the dreaded Mukade. Those things are poisonous you know… And the really freaky thing is that they always hunt in pairs. My girlfriend found one in her apartment (in Chiba-ken) and her co-workers wouldn’t let her go back in until they hunted and sprayed for the other one.

    As for your bug series, is Cicada season over?

  4. mhulboj Says:

    According to Wikipedia that stuff can grow up to 8 inches… Just wow…

  5. So Lost Says:

    Saying “Hi” on every blog I hit through blog explosion today. So Hi!

    And I love the dragonflies!!!

  6. JeanC Says:

    EEEWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!! Now I’m going to have nightmares for a week :D I came across a too many legged critter that size once, I think they could hear me screaming 3 counties away hehehehehehehehehe

  7. Countess Says:

    I get those bugs in my house every summer!! The start off small, but if I don’t see them and kill them soon enough I think they cannibalise each other. That is the only way I can think of that they can get that BIG living in my house. I have no idea how they get IN my house but they do!

    I live in a mobile home that is at least 21 years old, so it probably has places that bugs can find there way in. :(

    Those are some Big Bugs though aren’t they?

    Countess

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  9. Adrian TAI Says:

    BUGger me…!!!

    That’s a really BIG BUG… Dun think it’s a BUG, actually… Anyway, you get my drift… :)

  10. suki Says:

    i remember there being mutant bugs in japan.. :P