If insects aren't allowed (I have a phobia of wasps to the point where I'm a 17 year old girl but if I see one anywhere near me, I start crying hysterically), then I'd say badger (a bad experience with a stuffed one when I was little), pigeons and seagulls (any other birds I'm fine with, I've held tawny owls and fed a European Eagle Owl because my boyfriend and his family rescue birds of prey, but I'm scared of pigeons and seagulls) and jellyfish.
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Squid and octopus, if one even comes on the TV it makes me shudder and feel seriously sick, there was one in a film i watched at the cinema once and i screamed, pretty embarrassing to say the least!
Suggestion: Never watch the film 'Oldboy'. There's a scene near the beginning that sounds as though it might put you in a coma
I have a pretty severe case if arachnophobia. Which to some is hilarious because I am 6"4 and 17 stone and if a spider so much as touches me I burst into tears and am pretty subdued for a few hours after
I hate monitor lizards and komodo dragons. I'm fine with other reptiles and to be honest the thought of crocodiles and alligators doesn't really worry me too much but there's something evil looking about monitor lizards and komodo dragons.
I watched a documentary where a man had a pet monitor lizard (his was over 6 ft long) and it used to have baths and climb into the tub in a really disgusting way and he'd wrestle with the thing on the floor and I think he said that he even slept with it... DISGUSTING.
And on the advert for another documentary (I didn't want to watch it!) a man got eaten by his pet monitor lizard and his remains were found by the neighbours after they went in to check he was ok because they hadn't seen him in a while and there was a nasty smell.
Check out the video... I mean come on... If my friends did that to me I doubt I'd EVER talk to them again!