Let's say you were a common garden ant and you were trying desperately
to avoid the web of a black widow spider--or any other large voracious
spider. Which in relation to your size roughly approximates that of a
human to a semi-trucktrailer. It's capable of catching you in what to an
ant is a trap not unlike a web of super flexible steel cable covered
with super glue, then jamming its saber like fangs in you, injecting you
with neurotoxin. This dissolving your insides which it sucks out leaving
nothing but your hollow husk, your exoskeleton, along with those of its
other victims dangling in its web.
So how would you perceive this being, Leon? And that's just one hazard,
one dragon that populates an ant's world.
Good god how obvious do you want it.
Leon Surette wrote:
Nor is it obvious in what respect the ant's world is a "dragon