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Predator culture revolves around the hunting and stalking of dangerous lifeforms. After making a kill, Predators typically skin or decapitate the carcass,
converting it into a trophy.
Failure in a hunt results in the Predator involved committing an honorable suicide.
It is often alluded to that the reason Predators hunt
is not for sustenance or elimination of threats,
but as entertainment or rite of passage,
as they will only attack life forms that have the ability
to provide them with a challenge.
Predators made contact with early human civilizations
such as the Ancient Egyptians, the Khmer Empire,
and Aztecs, as well as a fictitious culture inhabiting what is now modern day Bouvetya.
Upon arriving on Earth, the Predators were worshipped as gods by humans,
and they taught many of the civilizations how to build pyramids (an explanation as to why many of these different ancient societies had distinctly similar cultures and architecture), but in return expected sacrifices of humans for use as hosts for huntable Aliens. [Fiction].
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December 27th, 2012
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