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The Gila Monsters - What Have We Hear? flac mp3

The Gila Monsters - What Have We Hear? flac mp3
The Gila Monsters
What Have We Hear?
Date of release:
March 7, 2007
FLAC vers. size:
1267 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1968 mb
WMA vers. size:
1435 mb
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What Have We Hear? 2007. What Have We Hear? (CD - The Gila Monsters #).

The Gila monster (Heloderma suspectum, /ˈhiːlə/ HEE-lə) is a species of venomous lizard native to the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexican state of Sonora. A heavy, typically slow-moving lizard, up to 60 cm (. ft) long, the Gila monster is the only venomous lizard native to the United States and one of only two known species of venomous lizards in North America, the other being its close relative, the Mexican beaded lizard (H. horridum)

Gila monsters are brightly colored lizards that defend themselves against predators with their venom. Gila monsters have venomous glands in their mouths. With its bite, it can immobilize either its prey or predator with its bite.

Gila monsters have venom in their saliva glands that paralyzes prey! Learn more amazing facts about these amazing creatures in this video from National Geographic Kids. Gila monsters are more likely to use their venom on a predator than on prey. They clamp their jaws down with the power of a vise grip. Then the venom in their bottom jaw flows through their grooved teeth into the victim. Although the Gila's bite is extremely painful, no human death has been reported

Gila monsters and beaded lizards climb trees to reach both the eggs and young of birds. Beaded lizards and Gila monsters are opportunistic foragers, just as monitors are, eating any palatable thing they find. She'd merely say that instead of Gila monsters I was 'having' assassins. Gila monsters are one of only two venomous lizards in the world, the other being the closely related beaded lizards. By Peter Haden After monsoon rain, poachers are known to prowl desert roads looking for Gila monsters warming themselves on the asphalt.

Gila monsters are named after Gila River basin in Arizona, because they were identified on that location for the first time. Unlike venomous snakes that have hollow teeth, Gila monster has large teeth with grooves. It can inject toxin only by chewing the tissue of the victim. Gila monster produces very dangerous neurotoxin which negatively affects function of nerves. Gila monsters gather in larger groups during mating season that takes place from April to June. Males fight with each other before they get opportunity to mate. Females prepare underground nests where they will deposit 2 to 12 leathery eggs. Incubation period lasts 10 months. Young Gila monsters will emerge following year. Young Gila monsters look like miniature versions of their parents. They are usually 6 inches long. From the moment of birth, hatchlings are left on their own.

Gila monsters are quoted as being "Species not presently threatened, but may become so unless trade is regulated. The Gila Monster is not endangered. In the wild Gila monsters eat small mammals, lizards, frogs, insects, carrion, birds and birds' eggs. They hunt primarily with their sense of taste and smell. As they grab their prey with their jaws venom flows into the bite wounds.

Album Monsters - EP. Monsters Lyrics. Caught in the dark with a sound in my heart Hiding alone down on the floor Out of my depth and I'm holding my breath Don't wanna go outside the door. I'm hearing voices in my head I don't wanna hear, I don't wanna fear I'm seeing monsters in my bed I don't wanna see, I don't wanna fear Say you ain't afraid of nothing Everybody is scared of something, woo-hoo. I wanna let you know I ain't afraid no more I wanna let you know

The Monsters have arrived! 09 Apr 2010. Pete Fowler's Monsterism Island is known as a musical cornucopia, so a library music album full of esoteric musical treats makes sense. These two CDs contain original compositions from some of the underground's most intrepid musical explorers. Spanning monstrous frock fry ups, exotic electronica via psychedelic folk and spooky krautrock. During the Day on Monsterism Island you can hear sounds of exotic loveliness, guitar grooves, medieval romps and blissful melodies. As Night falls out come moody grooves, dark rockers, deep atmospherics and spooked acoustics.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Light and Breezy The Gila Monsters 3:11
2 Love on the Road The Gila Monsters 3:37
3 Haunted Swamp The Gila Monsters 2:59
4 Crazy Joy The Gila Monsters 2:35
5 West Coast Man The Gila Monsters 3:07
6 One Eighty The Gila Monsters 4:37
7 Fire and the Fear The Gila Monsters 3:38
8 The Funky Chunky The Gila Monsters 5:31


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