How Cats And Wasps Relate To Each Other

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The most similar ting to a cosmic cat in which we can think about is the monster of the Alien movie series, starring Sigourney Weaver, among others. In reality, it seems that H.R. Giger, the creator of the monster was really thinking about a sort of cosmic cat-wasp combination, arguing that both the cat and the wasp are the most self-sufficient predators in the animal kingdom.

If we think about it for a while, we will probably conclude that the Gigerian definition is correct, because both felines and wasps are totally self-sufficient and can even successfully attack preys and enemies much larger than themselves; in other words, they pack impressive killing systems according to their mass and dimensions. Even a common house can, if it becomes sufficiently furious, can kill a human being. Both cats and wasps are perfectly adaptable for survial in any sort of environment.

The movie monster that we are writing about has become a cultural icon but some people may be asking if something like that could possibly exist. As far as we know, if you bother to look at the tiny world of insects, you will indeed find such monsters, like some wasps that love to sting tarantulas to paralyse them. Then they deposit an egg on top and leave it; and when the newborn reaches the larval stage, it begins to eat the spider alive.

In the realm of big animals, there is nothing as such in this world, but there is no guarantee of that regarding other parts of the universe: something like that might have evolved indeed. So, until we can travel at warp speed to some distant solar system, we may rest assured that the only cosmic cats that we will see are those found in movies and games.

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