• My favorite part about 1931 Dracula is that there are armadillos running around
Dracula's castle
Look at this
no one will notice". But I noticed. I noticed
"e they couldn't find any rats so they just were like "eh close enough
Apparently in the 20s and armadillos y
commonly known, so
moviemakers would use them wherever they needed some creepy, 'demonic' anim
running around. So there were a fot of armadillos in early filmmaking, and it was ofte:
people's only source of reference for armadillos
Fast forward twenty years to when the father of the biology professor who told me
this is driving out from the east coast to see on in California. Crossing the
southwest at night
An armadillo the road
Evil, which he never knew was He comes to a screeching halt and the Thing C
actually a real animal, trots the rest of the way across the road and vanishes into the
desert
Apparently it shook him up rather bit
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    • There is hundreds of pages of deep lore in regards to Dracula’s bee
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    • YoDoc 9 jul
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    • Where is the bee. Is she safe? Is she alright?
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    • It's a Zombee.
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    • I see wild armadillos every once in a while, I don’t know if they just wander out of the Everglades or if they’ve adapted more to the humanized landscape
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    • Imagine you’re Simon Belmont and you start fighting armadillos
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    • I dont think thats a bee
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    • The 30s’ view of the American southwest is the same as our current view of Australia
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    • I’ve never seen a live armadillo. I believe they spawn and exist only to be dead on the side of the road.
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    • The “bee” looks like a fucking Jerusalem cricket, those thing were giant and everywhere in california
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    • What is a bee? But a miserable little pile of buzzing
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    • Fun fact armadillos carry the leprosy disease
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    • Armadillos can turn you into a leper
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    • They also used the, now extinct, Thylacine as a werewolf
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    • Catching armadillos is fun at night but they are quite fast sometimes
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    • Also fun fact, armadillos commonly carry the disease Leprosy
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    • Dracula experimented with cross species vampirism
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    • The best boy
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    • Cute pet bee.
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    • Im from buffalo ny origionally idfk how or why but I've absolutely seen a wild armadilo before just one and it lives in this one neighborhood and i first seen it as a kid and i was so confused on why this weird cat reptile thing just fucking turned into a ball when i walked towards it
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    • It’s actually a Californian potato bug, I’m sure there elsewhere though
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    • Fun fact, armadillos can jump like four feet in the air if startled. They jump straight up, and it's pretty scary if you're not expecting it.
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    • Armadillos unfortunately carry lots of diseases
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    • ApexPredator thoughts on Draculas pet bee?
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    • Many comments. Such wow
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    • That's because no one lives to tell about the bee usually.
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    • I accidentally hit one of those with my car
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    • go to texas, every fucken 20 at night you'll find the little fuckers tearing up ur land
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    • That bee and those armadillos are dead
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    • Cause no one cares
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    • It wasnt just early films, you sometimes catch them in stuff that was made later. For instance in Monster Squad that came out in 1987 they have them in Dracula's castle.
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    • Tumblr is cringe
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    • Wait wait wait.... Dracula has a pet bee? *waits 3 seconds* RULE 34 DO YOUR THING
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    • They carry leprosy. That is creepy enough
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    • First time I saw an armadillo was when I was 15, high as fuck, and it was hopping like a kangaroo. I lost my shit like I'd just seen a unicorn.
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    • I run across those mofo’s all the time on my boyfriends farm. They’re partially blind and huge.
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    • I’m in tennessee and we have armadillos here, you never see them in the wild really, just see them randomly crossing The road at 1 am
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    • Dracula should have had a mosquito.
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    • Why is there armadillos in southern Illinois
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    • Not a bee
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    • Armadillos also carry the bacteria that causes leprosy
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    • Ever sh0t an armadillo with a .308 rifle before? Let’s just say... there will be no mess to clean up.
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    • He has a pet BEE?!?!?
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    • 10 years ago they were uncommon here. Now there are so many they are tearing my woods apart. Had to start hunting them
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    • Was this a horror movie or a comedy?
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    • Armadillos ain't real. Pest control places fake corpses on the road to scare us
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    • Shit for some reason all the popped into my head when I saw the bee was, "Dracula, we've got the bee" like the arbys commercial lmao
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    • It was a Jerusalem Cricket, not a bee
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    • Okay but what about Dracula's penis ???
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    • Dwebble 10 jul
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    • I saw an armadillo about a week and a half ago crossing the street near my house and it had been a couple years since I had seen one
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    • An armadillo chased my uncle up a tree when he was golfing
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    • They used a hyena for the part of a werewolf in Nosferatu
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    • Armadilos also carry leprasy from what i hear
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    • That is hilarious. Lets get some more obscure animals in modern filmmaking.
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    • Armadillos are also fucking nasty.
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    • That ain't a bee that's actually a cricket look up alien like cricket and you'll see it I found one at the beach they look scary and have big pinchers but won't harm you really
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    • Tbh I’ve never seen an armadillo, haven’t even seen a picture in years, so I understand
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    • My sister thought armadillos were fake and made up like the jackalope until just recently... she’s in her 30’s
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    • Somehow my biology professor didn't know owls were real until she was working on her PhD and one was perched on top of her car at night. She screamed.
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    • That bee looks like a potato bug
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    • Dracula loves animals
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    • Careful around wild armadillos, they can carry leprosy
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    • Idk, there was quite a buzz about them
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    • Imagine being scared of a fuck’n armadillo 🤣
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    • Dracula keeps his pets well
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    • I wanna pet armadillo
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    • That makes Dracula a Queen...
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    • How tf are armadillos easier to get than rats?
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    • What
      Dom8474 10 jul
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    • I live in Florida and see them every time I go hiking. It’s so cool to see them go into a ball
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    • That bee is definitely a potato bug
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    • Bees make sure the world knows about bees
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    • I saw a dead armadillo yesterday, and it was the first time I ever saw one. Pretty cool
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    • That's not even a bee! That's a little "Child of the earth"
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    • Meanwhile in the south armadillos are everywhere on the roads, but I've only seen a few moving.
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    • I mean they look rather primeval
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    • I’ve never seen an armadillo before
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    • They also used Tasmanian tigers as werewolves… they don’t exist anymore though
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    • Fun Fact: Armadillos are the natural reservoir of leprosy. Now that we have Dapsone, it's not that big of a deal if you get it.
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    • Armadillos are worse than rats in my opinion I hate dealing with them
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    • Armadillo are crazy common around where I lived. Every time I would go hunting I saw one
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    • It never loses its stinger
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    • There’s armadillos everywhere here
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    • I guess an armadillo would be terrifying if you are afraid of catching leprosy but otherwise, they are just round critters who jump to amazing heights when startled.
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    • I need to watch this again....
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    • I mean, armadillos are evil. Invasive, too.
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    • There is nothing about this that I don't absolutely love.
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    • Thing Of Evil as an acronym is TOE.
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    • It's Erik the half a bee!
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    • There are hundreds if not thousands of armadillos in the midwest, especially Missouri. My grandpa hates them because they're a worse nuisance than rats and harder to k!ll
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    • *Laughs in Texan*
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    • Let’s go BAAAALLS DEEP
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    • Armadillos suck. They tear up your yard digging for worms
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    • I live in Oklahoma and it is a right of passage to catch armadillos by their tails when growing up
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    • Fellas it's actually a Jerusalem cricket. Potato bug and child of the earth. It's not a bee at all as you can tell from the lack of wings and how it crawls. Also has three big legs like this cricket.
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    • Guys I accidentally stepped on Dracula’s bee.....help
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