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'Pacific Rim': Giant Monsters Leave Their Mark on Earth — PICS

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Mar 22, 2013 | 10:43am EDT

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Even with the increasing prevalence of giant reptilian monster attacks on East Asian metropolitan areas, people are still failing to take the appropriate precautions. The first step, of course, is recognizing when your neighborhood looks to be prime for an imminent demolishing — thankfully, these new Pacific Rim viral images offer a few helpful lessons.

One: Look out for gigantic footprints. Horrifying monsters traipsing around beachfront communities are bound to leave a trail. Don't chalk this up to zealous landscapers or your run-of-the-mill alien crop circle — this is serious.

Pacific Rim - Footprint

Two: Keep an eye out for gigantic bones. The ruthless kaiju creatures apparently have a penchant for leaving portions of their skeletal systems lying around. Avoid the compulsion to perform neat skateboard tricks on them — danger is afoot.

Pacific Rim - Bones

Three: Watch for pools of dark, thick, toxic blood. Not to be touched, ingested, or used as cheap substitutes for house paint. 

Pacific Rim - Blood

Four: Finally, and most importantly, pay close attention to any behemoth mountains of excrement upon which you might stumble. No explanation necessary, we hope.

Pacific Rim - Excrement

These are the signs to be aware of. For a few handy tips on fighting back, check out Pacific Rim, Guillermo del Toro's sci-fi/adventure, starring Charlie Hunnam, Idris Elba, Ron Perlman, and Charlie Day. The film hits theaters July 11.

Follow Michael Arbeiter on Twitter @MichaelArbeiter

[Photo Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures(5)]


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