posted on Aug, 26 2008 @ 10:16 AM
Did they appear to be "hunching" over, rather than slanting? Did they have legs like a dog? Did they carry their arms slightly bent with the hands
dangling down from the wrist? Were their heads longer, rather than rounder? Do they move smoothly, the way that cats move when nervous? That is,
quick precise movements, quickly accelerating and decelerating?
If those above mentioned things are true, then you are lucky, because those suckers are RARE, and they're not violent (toward humans), they're
They are carnivores, though, and should be assumed to be capable of incredible feats of strength, dexterity, and perception. Furthermore, I'm pretty
sure they only eat non-sentient prey. This is why you don't feel fear. They "block" it, telepathically, in their "prey". Which why they're
such good observers, they "hunt" us for information. They're scientists.
[edit on 26-8-2008 by dnbaudio]