Was Magellan eaten by cannibals?
yes, by native Philippians after he was speared to death in battle.
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Cannibalization has many definitions, but one of the simplest is to define it as taking serviceable parts from a thing that does not work to use them on another thing that doe…s not work to make one thing that does work . The term probably came into popular use during WW2 when clever, mechanically adept GI's used their skills to keep equipment damaged in battle running. The somewhat grisly origin of the term probably comes from the fact that when a cannibal eats another human being, he may be said to be using serviceable parts from one person to keep another person (himself) running. The process only works on things that have interchangeable parts. For a simple example, let's say you have two cars of the same model and year, but neither runs, but each for a different reason. One car may have a bad alternator and a good starter, while the other car has a bad starter but a good alternator. By taking the good part from either car and replacing the bad part in the other car, you can get one of the two cars running. You have "cannibalized" one car to make the other one work. You can extend this concept further by, say, taking the good tires from the cannibalized car and replacing the worn tires on the car that now starts. The process can be repeated almost indefinitely until you have run out of good parts to replace bad ones. Another meaning is the process of eating one's own kind. For other excellent examples and definitions of cannibalization, see related links.
Cannibals are humans who eat other humans. Or: Species that consume for food their same species: MANY animals have been known to exhibit cannibalistic behaviors. 1)a person… who eats the flesh of another person "cannibal tribes" 2)an animal that feeds on flesh of it's own species Someone who eats people. An animal that feeds on others of its own kind. Popular definition is that Cannibal means a species that eats members of its own species.Historically Cannibal is a named used to describe a set of Caribbean islanders (the Carib tribe) that waged war on the Spanish Armada. One of their tactics was to sneak on board, or otherwise ambush the armada and steal the body parts of victims. These body parts would be displayed on pikes around islands that this group claimed as a warning to others. While the 'act' generally ascribed to the term is older than this tribe or conflict, it was during this conflict that the term was linked to the act. to eat something of your own species, in most cases, for a human to kill and eat another human.
Cannibals are people who eat other people. It's pretty gross actually. : P
Hudson and his crew were set adrift by mutinous seamen some time in his last expedition. This was in northern waters. Hudson and company succumbed to starvation, drowning, oh …any number of maritime hazards- this was back in the l600"s/ Manhattan was discovered in l609.
Zero to none.
Yes. He was killed and eaten by cannibals. (Disgusting!)
yeah bro , he got raped badly aye.
Giovanni da Verrazano
Maybe. I've only seen that kind of stuff in movies though. Answer Cannibalism is thought to have been carried out during the recent Liberian and Congo wars. Ritual …cannibalism is thought to still be practiced by the Korowai (Kolufo) people of southern Papua. There have been many instances of necro-cannibalism, one being the famous Uruguayan plane crash where survivors ate the flesh of dead passengers.
The dream brings to mind a phrase from a popular children's book: "I'll eat you up I love you so!" Adults often tell small children "I'll eat you up," in playful affection. Lo…vers will do the same. Such expressions are not to be taken literally. But if the dream feels threatening rather than playful, it probably means that the dreamer does not welcome someone's affection, and feels consumed, devoured and destroyed rather than loved. The dreamer might be wise to consider whether some relationship or involvement needs a bit more distance.
Giovanni da Verrazzano, in 1528, during his third voyage to North America, after exploring Florida, the Bahamas and the Lesser Antilles, Verrazzano anchored out to sea and row…ed ashore, probably on the island of Guadeloupe. He was killed and eaten by the native Carib inhabitants.
many scientists believe that he did on his exploration across the globe but there is no proof that he got eaten, he may have just died and been buried
Please don't eat me, let me go Cause I don't love you anymore...
This happens some where every single year. So to say "The Last" would be substantially incorrect.