Doc Ruger’s Word of The Day from The Zombie Cause Dictionary

Doc Ruger, the prestigious zombologist and zombie hunter has yet another WORD OF THE DAY from his phenomenal Zombie Cause Dictionary.

SCRAB:

A chunk of human flesh held in an Asystole Zombie’s mouth. A fine, filamentous plexus of nanotubules “oral web” infiltrates the tissue and causes lysis of the tissues, which supplies nutrients to the muscles through the nanotubular network. Salarva has increased amounts of proteases to aid this process. Asystole Zombies cannot swallow or digest food otherwise. Asystole Zombies cannot swallow or digest food otherwise. Asystole Zombies can slow auto digestion of the corpse by acquiring scrabs. A scrab looks like a piece of meat encased in thousands of brown/white spider web-like filaments.

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