Spiders? I find them all ugly and creepy.
But you can find them in buildings, so I guess it doesn't count.
Buildings are part of the nature. Humans are part of the nature. Humans built buildings, that invited nasty eight-legged buggers to join the party.
I hate spiders. I just killed a big one three days ago. Nightmarish monsters.
I was thinking more of trees and such, but that makes sense.
I think the line between "natural" and "human made" is getting more and more obscure, as the time goes by.
I see Natural as not having "human hand" in its process.
Well, dogs are a product of selective breeding.
Not perhaps the best example, as such, but the first one to spring in my little, strange mind. I'd say they are part of the nature, but then the same thing goes with all of the domesticated animals... They aren't part of the nature, at least not without being influenced by the Mankind.
Good example. If it has the hand of humans, it's not completely natural. Not that there is something wrong with it, it just had a little more help.
I just wrote a poem about lobsters.
I think I'm nurturing my inner nature a bit too much today.
I read that faster than lightning; "10 Crocodile attacks in Canada..." Oops.
I've always thought of crocks as ugly.
I'm glad you didn't mention Dogma's take on that silly animal.
Garden gnomes are worse, especially if they have Rabies.
They broke my teeth as well. Damn hooligans.
Zonkeys there ugly barstewards. 乂^◡^乂
Well, that's why I live in a house of mirrors. I need a constant reminder and a weird, backwards tattooed notice does the trick neatly.
me on a good day.
A dead body, also the landscape of Dubai
Aren't those two the same thing?