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ZOMBIES HUNT HUMANS LIKE SHARKS

We’ve already discussed the possibility that zombies recognize humans by using their sense of touch.  Looking at the seemingly random pattern that many predators use ...

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WHY ZOMBIES ARE LIKELY SILENT

Animal behaviorists commonly refer to predatory killing as the “quiet bite” because it is never done in a fit of rage.  Furthermore, extensive brain research ...

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WHY ZOMBIES WILL WIN: ALTRUISM

There are many different theories of why zombies show a complete disregard for their own physical well being when hunting humans.  This unique characteristic is ...

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ZOMBIES DON'T SNARL JUST FOR KICKS

A contributing member of the Zombie Research Society, Sarah George, has put forth an interesting theory about zombie facial expressions.  George’s background is in animal ...

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ZOMBIES HUNT HUMAN BRAINWAVES?

Uncovering the mysteries of zombie hunting behavior has long been a focus for the Zombie Research Society.  Existing hypotheses include the undead stalking humans by ...

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ZOMBIES COULD HAVE NIGHT VISION

Some snakes use specialized holes in their heads, called pit organs, to “see” the heat radiating from their prey.  Once thought to be an unexplainable ...

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