- Humans drink ethanol (in concentrations high enough to be used as an effective as a microbicide or a solvent) for the express purpose of achieving blood toxicity and disrupting normal brain function as a recreational activity
- Breeding does not kill them. A single human can mate dozens or hundreds of times in a lifetime. They often do so as recreation. Can confirm Xenobiology team six's belief they do not have a mating season
- Removing a limb will not fatally incapacitate humans: always destroy the head.
- During an adrenaline rush human muscles may stress themselves to the point of ripping from the bone and a human wouldn't notice
- Human bites can be fatally infectious to other humans, despite not being venomous
- Human strength and speed is subpar, but they don’t need to overpower or outrun you. Humans only need to outlast you - and by other species’ standards, they don't tire easily
- Subject will partake in this irregularily, often overheard stating "if you need loads of alcohol to be fun, it says more about your personality than I ever could".
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- Difficult to testify this. However, bursts of adrenaline are evident in potentially dangerous situations e.g. running up the stairs with a dark hallway below
- Unable to confirm, as subject's bites have yet to prove fatal to any nest mates
- Subject is amenable to exercising her limb muscles, though neither impressively fast nor strong. "If I start running, you should start worrying" Subject values flexibility over muscle strength, cannot discern a tactical strategy behind human 'yoga' practice. Caution is advised, does not seem to need strength nor speed to subdue opponents