Boneheads only, no fleshies allowed.
Oh what the fuck
>During an expedition to the Congo region in the 1910s, the natives demonstrated the remarkable strength of the hero shrew to naturalists Herbert Lang and James Chapin. >After some mystical preparation, an adult male estimated to weigh 72 kg (159 lb) stepped on a shrew and balanced himself on one foot. After several minutes, the man stepped off and the shrew left unharmed. The combination of animal's vertebral strength and its convex curvature behind the shoulder kept its vital organs from being crushed in the demonstration. The feat represented a weight of roughly 1000 times the animal's body weight, the equivalent of a human holding 10 elephants. Relative to body size, the hero shrew's spine is roughly four times more robust than any other vertebrate (excluding its sister species).
Is any of that shit true?
Get on my level.