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Millipede vs Centipede!

Millipede vs Centipede!


– I’m Coyote Peterson, welcome
to the desert millipede versus the desert centipede. (upbeat adventure music) Venturing into the
nighttime desert is not for the faint of heart, as this cactus strewn ecosystem is laced with a plethora
of nocturnal predators. Whether it be
scorpions, spiders, that right there
is a black widow, solpugids, or vinegaroons, these arachnids are
certain to be on the prowl, as they use the
cover of darkness to silently hunt for their prey. Look at that. Does that thing not
look like an alien? All arachnids come
equipped with eight legs, and most are also armed
with a set of fangs or a venom injecting stinger. That is the most venomous
species of scorpion in the United States. And he’s on my hand. All right, this makes
me a little bit nervous. I wanna see if I can get
him to just sit still. However, if eight legs, fangs, and stingers aren’t
enough to scare you, Arizona’s Sonoran
Desert is also home to a subphylum of creatures with even more
legs, the myriapods, which consists of
centipedes and millipedes. At the end of the day, both of these animals do
their best to avoid humans, however, today we are going
to capture one of each so we can get them in
front of the cameras for an up close comparison. First, let’s talk about
the desert millipede. Now, millipede
means thousand feet. And each one of these
little body segments has two pairs of legs on it. Now there’s no way
that I’m going to get underneath this creature
and count its legs, but I can tell you from
it crawling across my arm, that there are a ton of
them tickling me right now. It feels like a bunch of
little tiny pieces of Velcro grabbing onto your arm hairs. Despite the name,
there isn’t actually a species of millipede
on the planet that has a thousand feet. On average they have around 400, with the record being 750, more than any other
animal in the world. These myriapods have
very poor eyesight. They have very
simple eyes up front, so they’re really using these
antenna to help them navigate through the environment. And you’ll see as he dances
up in the air like that, he’s basically looking
for what his next move is going to be. If he can’t feel anything
with those antenna, he’s kinda like, woah, woah, I’ve run out of road here. And until he bumps
into something that he can walk on, he’s just gonna stay
put until he can get those front legs planted. Now, the millipede doesn’t
have many predators, and that’s because
these little myriapods are actually poisonous. They do have glands that run
along the side of their body, and if they are really,
really threatened, they will secrete a
nasty orange fluid. And it absolutely stinks. I actually got it all over
my hands the other night. Now, if you get this
poison on your skin, all you need to do
is wash you hands with soap and water, and you’ll be just fine. Now I’m completely
comfortable with millipedes. They don’t bite. If it doesn’t bite, it
can crawl all over me all that it wants. But the centipede is a
whole different ball game. And we’re gonna get that
guy out in a second, and get a close look at that
venomous little desert dweller. The desert millipede is
virtually harmless to humans. And if you encounter
one in the wild, just admire it from
a safe distance. (breathes out) OK, now we’re
on to the part of the episode that I have been dreading. There is no good way to do this. You just have to plop
him out and go for it. All right, here we go, ready? Oh boy. Now he’s kinda like,
oh, I’m on the ground, and I’m on the move. Desert centipedes can
inflict a very painful and venomous bite, so I stress, never
attempt what I am doing. OK, there we go. Now that I have his
head under control, and more importantly,
those fangs, I feel a lot better
about this situation. Oh, look at how creepy that
little desert creature is. Now, what’s really interesting
is that the centipede means hundred feet. Each species of
centipede varies. There’s no way that this
one has a hundred feet, but as they continue to grow, and their body
segments elongate, they grow more legs. Now one major difference between the centipede and the millipede is that the centipede has
a very flattened body. This allows them to fit
into crevices between rocks, and allows them to
glide very quickly over the surface of the desert. Now, these are
voracious predators. They are out here right
now walking the washes and searching through the
rocks for other animals. They will eat bugs,
they will eat scorpions, they will eat lizards, and the ones that
grow to the size of the giant desert centipede, they will even take rodents. But the bite from a
centipede of even this size is gonna put you into
some incredible pain. That’s why I wanna be
as careful as possible while handling this myriapod. One really interesting
feature about all centipedes is that you see
the back end here? This rump? You have these two modified legs on the back end here which have little hooks in them. And this back end is
pretty much a false head. It’s the same color
as the head is. And these two little modified
feet on the back end here have hooks on them. So, let’s say you’re a predator, and you’re coming, and
you’re like, all right, I’m gonna get him, I’m gonna
bite his head right off. These little modified
feet go up in the air, boom, and you get pricked
with those little spikes, throws you off guard, the
centipede spins around, and that’s when you get a bite
from those venomous fangs. This is not a creature that
is very easy to consume. Centipede venom is not
considered deadly to humans, however, the pain has been
said to keep a full grown man on the ground and in
pain for several hours. Moral of the story, steer
clear of centipedes. I hope everybody
enjoyed this comparison. The desert centipede versus
the desert millipede. Both species are native
to the Sonoran Desert. And I’d suggest avoiding both because the
centipede is venomous and the millipede is poisonous. I’m Coyote Peterson. Be brave, stay wild, we’ll see you on
the next adventure. Both of these myriapods
play an important role in the ecosystem. And while they may be creepy and have a gazillion legs
as compared to you and me, always try to remember that they’re going to
use each and every one to run in the
opposite direction. If you thought that
comparison was cool, check out the alligator
snapping turtle versus the common
snapping turtle. And don’t forget subscribe
to join me and the crew on this season of
Breaking Trail.

Comments (100)

  1. Knowing me, I would hold the millipede l.

  2. I has saw many snake near my house and I don't want to get a bite

  3. Millepede tsktsktsk centipede is always and still my fav anyways im happy we didnt see them fight 1:22 i love the little dance millepede are so cute but i always will prefer the centipede

  4. Greetings Coyote From Sonora , Mexico !

  5. millipede: hey wanna be frie-

    centipede: I WIL DEVOUR YOUR SOUL

  6. All those legs….ewwwww….

  7. Whats more scarry venomes or poisones like for venomes comment for poisones!!

  8. Centipedes are go to Hell

  9. Chocroch can bite you i ge stunged by

  10. Please play and have a good day with eagle i want to see

  11. Millipede are poisonous
    Centipede are venomous

  12. I can’t even hold a baby harmless spider

  13. I actually got in contact with a centipide

  14. They should just rename every episode "Balls of Steel Part __"

  15. Does the poison smell like rubber or something?

  16. You forgot thousand leggers btw it isn't a millipede

  17. 1:10 me yeah I’m good that’s enough for me

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  20. Hey! I held a giant millipede when I went to a birthday and it felt rlly tickly and the outside shell it felt like hard jelly

  21. Millipede: hello ther
    Centipede: PREPARE FOR UR DEATH I WILL OVERKILL YOUR SOUL

    Edit: when I mean ther it’s the meme hello there also I meant to spell there wrong.

  22. I want a pet millipede

  23. 1:58

    you know damn well what that looks like

  24. I would yeet myself away from them xd

  25. I thought millipedes don’t fight or have defensive capabilities

  26. Millipedes are so cute but centipedes are ugly

  27. I thought they would fight

  28. What will we call milipede in urdu language?

  29. My cousin has a lot of centipedes in there band garden and I'm pretty sure the type of centipede they are is the cherry red

  30. Millipede:me cute
    Centipede:me kill

  31. Centipede: “😡🤬🔪🗡💉💀”

    Millipede: “:3 😀 <3”

  32. I think they like each other

  33. Millipede-Don’t mind me! I love humans! Centipede-Your soul will be broken to pieces 💀

  34. The two creature's I hate the most are in one picture🤔😬🤦‍♀️🤦‍♀️ how exciting!!😂😂

  35. Millipede:Hey how's it going?!😎😄
    Centepede:Am about to end this man whole career!!😡😠

  36. If you touch a millipede they will just twist like a coil.

  37. I’ll tell you how many legs a millipede has 750 I know that because I am researching about millipede

  38. Peterson said not today! I will not get bitten from that demon!

  39. In my country, we made these millipedes needlessly badass by calling them "the serpent's comb"

  40. Millipede: babie boy babie

    Centipede: Evil

  41. WELL IS HE GOING TO BITE YOU
    VIDEO IDEA
    HELLOOOOOOOOO

  42. millipede = my friend
    centipede = my bestfriend

  43. ATTACK OF THE SHONGOLOLO

  44. I wonder what kaneki expression watching this

  45. i thought u were going to let them fight each other

  46. I thought Centipedes are called Centipedes because their segment is about 1 cm and the Milipedes are called Milipedes because their segment is about 1 mm? Nevermind.

  47. Gets bitten by a centipede, dying in pain

    Mark: u ok?

  48. Centipede: let me go I can't breathe Coyote!
    Milipede: Interesting…. now What I do for Centipede?
    Centipede: Use that big wood
    Milipede: Aye Aye sir!
    Centipede and Coyote: What did you say
    Milipede: Why you two looking at me….
    Milipede: I gonna have super saiyan aaaaaarrrrrrrrrgggggggghhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!
    Centipede and Coyote😐😐😐😐
    Milipede:😖😖😖😖😖arrrrrrggggghhhhh
    And then Milipede *Fart*💨💨💨💨
    Coyote:🤣😂
    Centipede:🤣😂
    Milipede:💨💨💨💨💨💨💨💨

  49. those hands are slaughtered

  50. Millipede Centipede Inchipede ….

  51. Millipede to Centipede: hi buddy! You wanna be friends-?

    Centipede to Millipede: I WILL DESTROY ALL YOU HOLD DEAR!

  52. How to get rid of the insects that you hate in a video

    Get a shoe

  53. im not comfortable about the milipede😶

  54. Milipede: looks like a smol cute squishy boi
    Centipede: looks like it has freaking armour to take on literal missiles homie
    A badass armour at that!

  55. Hey dude get be eaten by a ghoul and put that centipide on your ears 😛

  56. One thing they have in common? I'll step on them no matter what.

  57. Dose anybody know what those fang like things on the back of the centipede are, or what they do?

  58. There was a centipede in my house when I left for school and it still there what should I w

  59. Stop tryna make tarantulas seem scary I have a pet curly hair tarantula and it’s adorable

  60. Millipede: 😏 hey u lookin good today

    Centipede: UHBJHBJHBRFVFVIJNDSIKAKAJEIJXN I WILL END YOU

  61. BOY LOOK AT EM TINY LEGS😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

  62. Am I the only one who came here expecting a millipede vs centipede showdown

  63. Hey everyone I have a question. Are black Centipedes from North Carolina poison? Because I just saw one in my bath room and it got away from me.

  64. Where the part 2? Anyone

  65. Pls touch assasin snail

  66. This year of 2019 we have a millipede as a class pet

  67. Guys do you guys notice centipete = centimeter millipede = millimeter

  68. Millipede and Centipedes are my Vocab worlds in ELA xP

  69. thought that thay were gonna battle

  70. I thought they were gon fight xD

  71. ik this already bro

  72. This is 2 days before my birthday😃

  73. I dont live near a dessert or in a dessert but a centipede was inside my house..

  74. I though they would fight.

  75. Muuuuum I want a pet millipede

  76. I have seen a giant millipede in my yard these lines are how big it is
    ——————————————————————————————————————

  77. pretty much

    millipede is cool guy

    centipede is hell at work

  78. I had a cenerpede on my leg (I'm in England so don't worry lol) when me and my mum sat in the garden, I felt something on my leg and I thought it was an ant becase I didn't expect a cenerpede on meh leg. I panicked so much. This is wat happened

    Me: sitting in the garden
    Cenerpede: crawling on my leg
    Me: looks on leg
    Cenerpede: hullo!
    Me: OH CRAP!

  79. I remeber my little school field- or walk trip in the forest, I picked a centipede and millipede, they are cool

  80. Where is the fight?!

  81. in dutch centipetes are called duizentpoot witch means 1000 feet and millipedes are called miljoenpoot witch means million feet.

  82. I shouldn't be eating food while watching this.

  83. Centipede is millipede's bad side

  84. Millipede says/ hi bro let’s play |centipede /I will bite u now

  85. Desert 🌵 centipedes are so poisonous ☠️ Desert 🌵 millipedes are not that harmful to humans 👍🏻

  86. Are they poisonous

  87. I have a pet millipeed! His name is gastob there so cute and i love him!

  88. Millipede: aww… cute.

    Centipede: what is 1000-7?

  89. Once I almost got bit by a centipede when I was sitting around a campfire. It was scary 0-0

  90. Millipede super chill pacifist
    Centipede nope rope

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