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5 Animals Africans See As Evil by 13ShadesOfMay(m): 12:38am On Oct 30, 2017
There are certain animals in Africa that are regarded as evil or are seen as a bad omen. When people see them they sense evil is just around the corner.

1) Black Cats
Cats are regarded as spiritual animals in Africa but black cats are perceived to be evil or even satanic. Your heart would most likely skip when you see a black cat. In Nigerian culture, black cats are mostly associated with witches.

2) Owls
There is something about owls that strike people with fear. It could be those spooky eyes that pierce into your soul or the way it turns its neck. The fact that the owl is a night creature has further made people believe that owls are evils.

3) Vultures
This is an animal that is universally seen as an evil man. Vultures who specialize in feeding on the carcass of dead animals are a bad omen. Seeing a vulture in your dream is the stuff of nightmares and might likely lead to a spiritual deliverance session.

4) Bats
Overseas, the bat might be the basis for the identity for a popular superhero but in Africa, bats are regarded as evil animals. Bats are also night creatures who hide in caves and this built the myth that they are evil animals who bring bad luck and terror.

5) Snakes
This is the most classical most evil animal. Thanks to the Bible, the snake is regarded as an evil creature. If you see a snake in your house you are most likely going to think that it is your 'enemy' that sent it to kill you. The fact that they are poisonous makes them more feared.

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by 13ShadesOfMay(m): 12:39am On Oct 30, 2017
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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by mrbillz(m): 3:17am On Oct 30, 2017
Ok

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by boman2014: 5:29am On Oct 30, 2017

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by BRAV0O(m): 5:35am On Oct 30, 2017
Op cow and spider should top the list between everything is evil in that God forsaken Continent angry

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by airmirthd1(f): 6:12am On Oct 30, 2017
Wall gecko....People don't like to see it at all.

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by femi4: 6:27am On Oct 30, 2017
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13ShadesOfMay:
There are certain animals in Africa that are regarded as evil or are seen as a bad omen. When people see them they sense evil is just around the corner.

1) Black Cats
Cats are regarded as spiritual animals in Africa but black cats are perceived to be evil or even satanic. Your heart would most likely skip when you see a black cat. In Nigerian culture, black cats are mostly associated with witches.

2) Owls
There is something about owls that strike people with fear. It could be those spooky eyes that pierce into your soul or the way it turns its neck. The fact that the owl is a night creature has further made people believe that owls are evils.

3) Vultures
This is an animal that is universally seen as an evil man. Vultures who specialize in feeding on the carcass of dead animals are a bad omen. Seeing a vulture in your dream is the stuff of nightmares and might likely lead to a spiritual deliverance session.

4) Bats
Overseas, the bat might be the basis for the identity for a popular superhero but in Africa, bats are regarded as evil animals. Bats are also night creatures who hide in caves and this built the myth that they are evil animals who bring bad luck and terror.

5) Snakes
This is the most classical most evil animal. Thanks to the Bible, the snake is regarded as an evil creature. If you see a snake in your house you are most likely going to think that it is your 'enemy' that sent it to kill you. The fact that they are poisonous makes them more feared.

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6. Galagos aka bush babies aka little night monkey

7. Sloth

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by oyatmicah(m): 6:29am On Oct 30, 2017
its like u av neva met any MFM member, just add "evil" to all d names of these animals,
like evil spider
evil bat,
evil cockroach
even if one rat dey ur house wey dey chop anything chopable, na evil rat

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by DankPineapple: 7:23am On Oct 30, 2017
Spoopy
Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by swiz123(m): 7:46am On Oct 30, 2017
Mosquitoes undecided

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by tstx(m): 8:02am On Oct 30, 2017
lol Africans eh
Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by GdexFolami(m): 8:02am On Oct 30, 2017
I was scrolling down at normal heart beat ,but when I got to that snake side hmmmmnn ,I hate snakes o.see as him b now

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by supervillain52(m): 8:52am On Oct 30, 2017
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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by supervillain52(m): 8:52am On Oct 30, 2017
If u dnt lyk black cats are you even human

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by adadike281(f): 9:01am On Oct 30, 2017
Lalasticlala, this is a good topic for front page. The truth is , Black Africans tend to practice black witch craft and study have shown that majority of them make use of these animals.

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by Learnstuffs: 9:12am On Oct 30, 2017
Why did you put snake. Lalasticlala will ban you

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by Nobody: 9:29am On Oct 30, 2017
any lizard or bird were enter house even cockroach. I remember when my former neighbor say na winch say the cockroach de monitor am. Africans sha

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by sparklezeee: 9:33am On Oct 30, 2017
Fish or better still evil fish because it's bone got stuck in my throat for two days.

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by falcon01: 10:29am On Oct 30, 2017
snake lizard

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by eleojo23: 10:49am On Oct 30, 2017
OP, just look at those animals again...

Do they look lovely to you?

And add cockroaches please. One woke me up last night at 2am. I just hate those things!

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by 13ShadesOfMay(m): 11:19am On Oct 30, 2017
Learnstuffs:
Why did you put snake. Lalasticlala will ban you
cheesy
Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by sirBLUNT(m): 11:27am On Oct 30, 2017
I HATE CATS!

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by Raph01: 11:44am On Oct 30, 2017
Wetin concern Me


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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by olad79: 11:44am On Oct 30, 2017
Cat, owl, bat galagos (bush baby)
Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by NigerDeltan(m): 11:45am On Oct 30, 2017
Pvssy grin
Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by Nobody: 11:45am On Oct 30, 2017
Nigerians and their superstitions.

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by Emeskhalifa(m): 11:45am On Oct 30, 2017
I fit tolerate d rest oooo but OWL Mba
Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by hezy4real01(m): 11:46am On Oct 30, 2017
Cat generally I don't like, black, pink or blue all na same
Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by Daboomb: 11:47am On Oct 30, 2017
Cockroaches and Mosquitoes...God should please wipe them out completely.

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Re: 5 Animals Africans See As Evil by sylviaeo(f): 11:47am On Oct 30, 2017
OP THIS YOUR VULTURE FINE SELF. IF NA DIS ONE WE DEY C, WE FOR NO DEY WORRY. AS FOR SNAKES, LALA WILL DISAGREE

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