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Blood sttranded by Cyril Crennerbick - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 15:33:50 EST ID:Wd54ldDh No.78892 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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What does blood get like really after large amounts of it leave the body and stay on the ground like in a war-field?
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Archie Crimmerstone - Sun, 05 Nov 2017 23:23:22 EST ID:H8Vs9M6y No.78893 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>78892
It gets all dirty. eww.

On a serious note, I'd imagine it is eaten by bacteria/fungi/animals and returns to the carbon cycle. Blood just a mixture of organic chems, it returns to nature pretty naturally. Soil composition after would be high in nutrients found in the blood of those who died. An entire village of banana eaters slaughtered would have high potassium blood
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Bombastus Werrywag - Tue, 07 Nov 2017 00:26:01 EST ID:OZqbjhvG No.78895 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>78892
explode a deer in the woods and see where the blood goes
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Phoebe Fanville - Thu, 23 Nov 2017 20:21:40 EST ID:xdtGflx/ No.78923 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>78892
a middle ages era battle field is probably one of the best fertilizer sources nature could have hoped for
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Fucking Dartway - Sat, 25 Nov 2017 00:55:02 EST ID:MdBNaDoT No.78925 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>78893

I would agree with this. Decomposition, denaturation, and bacterial/fungal consumption would render blood into basic chemicals. As mentioned, full of potassium salts along with sodium/chloride/iron/copper/etc salts. The proteins would be be broken down into various organic chemicals or utilized by the local flora. Any saccharides floating around in the blood would be consumed almost immediately; nature likes sugars.

This is just my own speculation.
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Angus Pickshit - Wed, 06 Dec 2017 20:51:45 EST ID:iiuer4oB No.78935 Ignore Report Quick Reply
you could probably by some at a nearby store
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_meal


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