Does getting eaten count as a natural death ?
Someone I know thinks they're real smart. Just because gettin' eaten happens in nature, she thinks it's natural
- 3 weeks ago
That's an extremely forceful act against person's will causing extreme suffering.
So, no. Not natural
However, there tribes still on this Earth who practice cannibalism.
Also there are people who are looking for volunteers with consent.
- DouglasLv 74 weeks ago
lol I would say no. I
- MarcLv 71 month ago
Death by natural causes is often recorded on death records as the cause of a person's death. Death from natural causes might be old age, a heart attack, stroke, illness, or infection. Cancer is not considered a natural cause of death. By contrast, death caused by active intervention is known as unnatural death. So if you are attacked by, lets say, a lion, and it grabs you by the throat and suffocates you to death, the cause of death would be suffocation (not natural). Ask your friend if you spiked her drink with snake venom and she drank it and then died, would it be "natural" because the venom came from a snake? No, that would be homicide.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Natural death means organ failure, death due to natural aging process.
Cause of death will be attacked by animals in the above case mention by you
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- k wLv 71 month ago
not natural at all, but killed.....like plenty of folk who were killed by animals for food or defending their territory or whatever....killed, not natural.....