No, as much as possible we let Tremors fans do the math for us. It’s exhausting! I will admit, though, that in editing Tremors 2, we inadvertently implied that there were more graboids than we originally intended, because we fell in love with the idea of Burt blowing so many up with his remote control cars. Our editor kept reusing explosions! But since we also love answering graboid biology questions, here’s the totally scientific explanation: The large number is easily explained by the rhythms of nature. When conditions are right, almost any animal species can suddenly become numerous. So, many decades or even a century before the story in Tremors 2, graboids spawned in the area (no people around back then) and a large number of their shriekers survived, producing a large number of ABs that also survived, producing a great many eggs. When those eggs hatched in the time of Tremors 2, the saga of the oilfield began!
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