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On March 5, 2000, Inés Ramírez Pérez of Rio de Talea, Mexico, became the first woman known to have survived a self-inflicted cesarean section. When the case study detailing her son’s birth, Self-inflicted cesarean section with maternal and fetal survival, was published in the March 2004 issue of the International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics, the mother of eight quickly became an international celebrity.
Inés Ramírez Perez was alone in her rural cabin and felt labor begin midday. Her husband, who had assisted in six of her previous births, was drinking at a cantina. The town of Río de Talea, located in San Lorenzo Texmelúcan in the state of Oaxaca, had only one phone at the time. After twelve hours in labor and gripped with terror that this baby would suffer the same obstructed labor and death as her previous baby, Ramírez decided that she needed to bring him into the world as quickly as she could.
Ramírez sent her eight year old son, Benito, to buy a kitchen knife at a shop, as the knife the family used wasn’t sharp enough. After ingesting two cups of mezcal (alcohol made from the maguey plant), Ramírez held the knife by the blade instead of the handle and used her index finger and thumb to apply pressure. [x]
Lone females retreated to isolated nesting boxes on penthouse levels. Other males, a group Calhoun termed “the beautiful ones,” never sought sex and never fought—they just ate, slept, and groomed, wrapped in narcissistic introspection. Elsewhere, cannibalism, pansexualism, and violence became endemic. Mouse society had collapsed.
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Hovertext: Things you learn drawing comics - you can't do the Devil's Tuning Fork in color.
Nearly 20 years ago, a five-metre-long crocodile laid severely injured on the bank of the Parasmina River in Costa Rica after being shot by a farmer. Luckly for that crocodile, a kind local named Chito couldn’t bear to let him die. Chito rescued Pocho, as he called the croc, and nursed him back to health.
When Pocho had regained his strength, Chito took him back along the river to release him. But Pocho didn’t want to be left behind, and followed Chito home! With permission from the Minister for Environment and the help of a vet, Chito looked after Pocho for nearly two decades. Pocho passed away in 2011.
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A small, fierce predator, the sand cat is roughly the size of a domestic cat, weighing up to 7 pounds. The species has a pale coat with dark stripes on the tail and legs. Long hairs extending from the ears protect the animal’s hearing against the sand of its desert environment. They can survive in temperatures ranging from −5 °C (23 °F) to 52 °C (126 °F).
kept getting requests for gryphons so heres a bunch of them At Once
I’m always on the lookout for a good burrito. As long as it’s not sub five bucks though. My stomach deserves the best.
Most of the time.
Don’t ask about me eating McDoubles from McDonalds and how that may contradict my sub $5 burrito stance.