Per National Geo (10/2015)
A translucent inner eyelid good for cleansing, protecting, and many other uses. Camels rely on them during sandstorms. Frogs use them to squeeze their eyes inward, which helps with swallowing. Woodpeckers deploy them “like seat belts, so their eye don’t pop out.”
Did you ever get a feeling that there was a zombie behind you?
Zombies have specialized eating tools.
Zombies are stoic.
Some zombies are exhibitionists.
Female Brewer’s Blackbird
Zombies are impervious to poop.
Great-tailed Grackle female
Zombie feathers start to stiffen as deterioration accelerates.
White-faced Ibis WFIB
Some zombies have long beaks to eat from your ear.
Zombies burp when they are full.
When zombies eat a retired person it sometimes sticks in its craw.
Zombies can be colorful.
Blood is eye food for zombies.
When zombies wink the eye clears for just a second.
Proof positive that zombies are flesh eaters.
Zombies have a poor sense of balance.
When food is in low supply, zombies suck energy out of cables.