The Carthaginian general who once catapulted venomous snakes at the Pergamese also misled the Romans with a stampeding herd of cattle. What did he tie to the animals’ horns?

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The Carthaginian general who once catapulted venomous snakes at the Pergamese also misled the Romans with a stampeding herd of cattle. What did he tie to the animals’ horns?

Post by NewsOnline on Sat Nov 12, 2011 4:15 pm

The Carthaginian general who once catapulted venomous snakes at the Pergamese also misled the Romans with a stampeding herd of cattle. What did he tie to the animals’ horns?

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How to find the answer

Post by NewsOnline on Sat Nov 12, 2011 4:16 pm

How to find the answer: Search [Carthaginian general snakes] to get Hannibal. Search [Hannibal cattle stampede] and read to learn that he tied torches to their horns.


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Re: The Carthaginian general who once catapulted venomous snakes at the Pergamese also misled the Romans with a stampeding herd of cattle. What did he tie to the animals’ horns?

Post by ArloJamesBarnes on Tue Feb 21, 2012 10:15 am

Actually
How to find the answer: Search [regenerative animal]. This will yield a number of possibilities including starfish, salamanders and several others. Search [senescence]. Find out that it means "biological aging.” Search [animal biologically immortal], and learn that the Hydra supposedly fulfill both of the above criteria.
Somehow NewsOnline mixed up the question and answer.

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Re: The Carthaginian general who once catapulted venomous snakes at the Pergamese also misled the Romans with a stampeding herd of cattle. What did he tie to the animals’ horns?

Post by NewsOnline on Tue Feb 21, 2012 10:30 am

Thanks!

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