King is the main antagonist of the Alpha and Omega franchise, he first appears in A Howl-iday Adventure and then returned in The Big Fureeze. He is the leader of the Rogues and the father of Princess. In A Howl-iday Adventure, while out, Stinky, Claudette, and Runt examine the place where Humphrey used to go log boarding. Runt climbs a tree to prove himself and sees 3 unfamiliar wolves approaching, quickly revealed to be members of the Rogues. In the ensuing encounter, the three wolves run off with Runt, bringing him back to their leader King. True to form, King seeks to use Runt as a bargaining chip to gain power. However, his plan also entails using the Rogues to kill every Alpha of both Winston and Tony's unified packs and take over their territory. King also makes it clear that he intends to kill Runt if the time for their ransom runs out or if his parents and pack don't show up. In the meantime, King has his daughter princess watch over Runt, which brings out her maternal instincts and makes her protective of the cub. To rescue Runt, Humphrey (standing atop Garth's back and partially hidden in the tall grass) poses as an abnormally large Alpha to distract King and his leading Rogues. When Kate rescues Runt, King orders his Rogues on the attack. However, the Rogues are fought back by the unified Pack members and bears directed by a bear cub Humphrey and Kate helped prior to this confrontation. His Rogues are defeated and sent running, trampling King in the process. King is forced to retreat and calls uselessly for Princess to aid him after she rejects his orders to attack the unified packs' home. What becomes of him afterwards is unknown, but it can be assumed that he and the other Rogues fled beyond their former territory.
The Antarctic midge (Belgica Antarctica) is a species of flightless midge endemic to the continent of Antarctica. At 2-6 mm (0.079-0.24 in) long, it is the largest purely terrestrial animal on the continent, as well as its only insect. It also has the smallest known insect genome as of 2014, with only 99,000,000 base pairs of nucleotides (and about 13,500 genes).
Remember your mother tucking you in bed and saying "Don't let the bedbugs bite.", before she turned off your night light? You probably thought she was kidding. Well, she wasn't kidding. It's just before dawn. You're in the deepest sleep you'll be in all night, and the bed bugs are ready to strike. Bed bugs once lived in caves and sucked the blood of bats and your prehistoric ancestors. When we left our caves, so did they. They sneak in through the tiniest cracks, the most miniscule openings. They even come in through an outlet. They know where you are, because they can sense the carbon dioxide you exhale. You got something they want: Blood. When they get in with sucking distance, they use heat sensors on their antennie to find the juiciest place to drill for plasma. And an expose limb is like a flashing neon sign for a free all you can suck buffet. If nobody does anything, thousands of them can infest a single bedroom. Like a safecracker opening the vault, the bed bug finds the perfect spot to hit the blood bank. Bed bugs have to drink blood to stay alive and breed, and mother nature is on the side of the bed bug. The bug administers and anesthetic so you don't wake up, as well as an anticoagulant. So your vital life essence will gush freely from your veins. Here's a cheery fact: A bed bug can drink 3 times its weight in a single meal, talk about your big gulp. Here's something else to brighten your day: If you got a serious infestation, you might get bitten 500 times. You might get anemia, unlike the bed bug. It usually happens in a filthy hotel or apartment. Thank god I never got bitten. When their bodies are red, that means they drank blood.
Hey guys, I'm sorry for not making any conservation recently. I'm doing villainous predators. I hope you enjoy them. At least I got more conservation than villains. I'll still do conservation posts. If you want to see the conservation posts, go to the September, August, and June 2016-June 2015 month categories. Do you think I should do that? Leave a comment and let me know. It may come off as a shocker to most of you, but I am a human being with a traditional role in society. I'm not a robot who sits on his butt all day making posts and videos, but I still like doing them. I'm not a robot in human's disguise. By the way, I usually make these villain posts for fun. The original posts on my 2nd blog are over. The Disney Plot blogs are over. If you want to see something else on that blog, I've got videos about main villain defeats. The term "villain" and "antagonist" are not the same thing: while villains are generally antagonists, antagonists are generally not always villains. The reason why I put the villain's voice actors' names on the full names is because they were actually given an unknown name.
Phaona is an Indian wolf and the (former) quaternary antagonist in the 2010 series of The Jungle Book. He has brown fur and has yellow eyes and is Akela's grandson. He dislikes Mowgli being in the wolf pack, he's been jealous of him ever since he came into the pack and tries to get the Man Cub removed and will stop at nothing to attempt becoming the next pack leader. Phaona can be deceitful and has ever teamed up with Shere-Khan and Tabaqui before, but in the end, his plans backfire and he gets in trouble.
Occupation: New Attraction For The Theme Park Jurassic World and Ruler of Isla Nublar (formerly), Mass Murderer
Powers/Skills: High Intelligence, Sharp Teeth, Claws, Brute Strength, Camouflage, Ability To Conceal Her Body Heat, Speed, Stamina, Communicating With The Velociraptors As Well As Other Dinosaurs To Unknown Degrees
Hobby: Killing For Sport
Goals: Figure Out Her Place On The Food Chain and Seek Revenge On Those Who Wrong Her Via Isolation (all failed)