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A thread where you can talk about and post pictures of these lovable birds.
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>>3214211
Don't talk like you know anything. Asbestos is just fibrous crystals. In spun wool insulation form it's very dangerous as just handling it will break off airborne fibers. In tile form it's essentially harmless unless purposefully broken up. Asbestos rock is all over the place just in the ground, not hurting anything. Do you know what's done with removed asbestos? It's buried back in the ground. A person removing asbestos tile should wear a simple fine particulate mask as a precaution, but that's it. No need for moon suits and full respirators, or a license to carry shit out to a truck.
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>>3202485
My condolences. R.I.P. 32 brave lil soldiers
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Where can I find the biggest cock.
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>>3215201
Check the biggest coop.
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>>3211679
cute!

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Why don't people like ferrets as pets?
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>>3198322
>why don't people like ferrets as pets
Well, for starters:
>they eat a lot for their size
>they have expensive needs
>if you're not careful and monitor them, they will escape and ruin your entire neighbourhood
They're good for vermin control, though
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>>3212088
What the heck is "special ferret shampoo"?
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>>3214745
It's for special ferrets.
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>>3214444
I have an EXPENSIVE NEED!
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>>3214444
>they eat a lot for their size
Maybe if you feed them kibble
>they have expensive needs
Give them a cardboard box and a plastic bag, they'll be happy

Slug sex
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Slugs are so cute. And you know what I love about slugs? It's that when they have sex they need as much physical contact as possible. The video title >3212454 postedis very true: it's very romantic
Humans can eff each other with only their parts touching but slugs absolutely NEED full body contact. The only sad part is the poor guy to drop to the ground XD
Gosh I wished I was a slug.. they only live for two glorious years and they love the rain.. so cute!!
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i fapped to this
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slug sex would probably be objectively the best in the animal kingdom if it weren't for the whole cocks getting into a knot and chewed off deal
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>>3215096
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Do they have sex in captivity, too? I want to breed my pet slug.

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what is the most gentle giant like dog?
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>>3210692
Nice hiss.
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Basset hounds are pretty sweet
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>>3212291
Except no
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>>3210678
I always thought it was great dane, right?
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My cat has this. Is she about to die?
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>>3209426
I'm sorry to tell you this, but your cat might be David Bowie.
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>>3209426
CATINGAN
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>>3214850
https://youtu.be/i1O4iZOt23Q
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Time to throw it out and get a dog
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>>3214896
>soaks piece of ham in antifreeze with no bittering agent and a generous serving of ethylene glycol
nothing personal dognutter

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>>3207996
Rats love all the same shitty junk foods humans do, it's funny
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>>3210684
ahem
FUCK guinea pigs
and FUCK hamsters
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>>3214123
dammit... now I feel the need to yawn.
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>>3214823
The only rat owner who i know is conservative and gay
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>>3210684
I like guinea pigs too. It's always funny how they have this really squeaky oink noise they make all the time.
Baby rattos a qt

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>>3207974
gotta adapt somehow bro
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>>3204210
I have arthritis. This post doesn’t make sense anon
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>>3213750
I've only seen it in bongland
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>>3204204
city dwellers aren't human
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>do 5k at local YMCA
>They have coffee, snacks, etc.
>Some genius decided to pre-peel bananas and place them all in a giant bowl
>It was on Thanksgiving day
>Cold brown banana soup by the time I finish the race
>I am absolutely dying of laughter.

Øk, so, early man has domesticated dogs since the dawn of our species. But we know for the most part this only occurred in the eastern world at the time.
I’m just thinking, what the fuck would like highly domesticated foxes would look like. Like how far would we go? Would we get like a fox version of the pug? Or would we get even weirder than that?
For the most part right now we’re just fucking around with the sizes of the ears and their color scheme and shit. But wait until this goes way to far
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>>3211924
>Øk
Begone nordfag
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>>3211928
When has being expensive and useless ever been an issue? You know people spend thousands on fish and snakes?
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>>3213714
>When has being expensive and useless ever been an issue?
Almost always.

>You know people spend thousands on fish and snakes?
Yes. Still an issue. Any species more expensive to keep/lower in demand than a dog is not going to be as diverse or "highly dometicated" when it comes to breeds or variations. Even relatively cheap and useful animals like ferrets and rats aren't as morphologically diverse as dogs. Their demand is lower and most people don't require their working abilities.

If we ever ran out of dogs to fulfill their purposes (either as working animals or pets) and foxes become readily available to the lower class, they might have a chance to diversify and become "highly domesticated". For now, they're just a commodity for wealthy snowflakes.
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>>3213655
It's Okay
.To Be
.Nordic
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>>3211924
>Would we get like a fox version of the pug?
We already have something like that in nature

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LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Pigeons in Las Vegas have been spotted wearing tiny little cowboy hats.

Bobby Lee shot video of the birds near Tropicana Avenue and Maryland Parkway.

It's not clear how the pigeons got the hats on their heads. All of it remains a mystery.

The video has gone viral on Facebook and Twitter.

Some people found it funny, but other are wondering if this is a case of animal cruelty.

https://www.ktnv.com/now-trending/who-did-this-pigeons-spotted-with-hats-in-las-vegas
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bump
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>>3211683
Probably Tyson.
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BASED MIKE
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>>3212826
The fuck is this
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>>3211683
>>3211785
>>3212850
If you offer them seeds you don't have to catch them, they get very tame very fast and let you pet them and mess with their wings as long as you let them eat.

Hey lads. I have a Guinea Pig who is 7 years old as of recently. She had a partner for 5 years who passed last year around this time, so no, I did not have her alone. I know that's bad for them.

Anyways, my main point is this: It's getting cold out, and I really like to keep my room cold when I sleep so I can use a lot of blankets. Problem is, her cage is like 5 feet from the window.

I really want to be able to sleep comfortably but do not want to make her uncomfortable, especially in her old age. Is this bad for her, or will she be fine? Please let me know.
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Didn't know they lived that long.
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>>3215128
It's very rare. I believe the oldest recorded guinea pig was 14. 10 is REALLY REALLY stretching it, and 6-8 is the usual estimation.

I've been very lucky to have her so long.
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>>3215124
...you could just move the cage, maybe a heat mat in the off chance she doesn't like it.
Rodents live outside all the time, she might just make a tighter nest or whatever.
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>>3215124
Guineas are pretty tough in the cold as long as they avoid damp and drafts. They're much more sensitive to heat.

>>3215128
I've had several that made it to eight, but never past that.

>>3215153
>heat mat
That's what I do; have a heat mat under one corner of the pen on a low setting. They usually avoid it but sometimes they'll go in there and have a little bake. It's cute to see them all stretched out!

A well insulated shelter is the easy solution. Don't forget to insulate the floor underneath too!

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D I K
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>>3213432
Getting my dik sucked.
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Muh dik
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>>3212891
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>>3214674
>I just gave her the dik dik
Fired.
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>>3212897
Take a closer look at the snout!

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Are pufferfish the most autistic fish?
https://vimeo.com/137462015
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>>3212405
They're stupid.
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>>3210128
Anon pufferfish are the pitbulls of the aquarium world. One day you’re going to come home and your puffers are going to be playing tug of war with your frogs
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eugh
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>>3213308
I'm sure an inch long puffer is going to do a lot of damage to a frog three times their size.

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itt. post fucking ugly animal species.

h*man pics not allowed.
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>>3212588
These fuckers look like they belong in Star Wars special edition.
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>>3212485
I think they’re cute
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Is it possible to get a tanuki as a pet?
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Put 'em in a chair
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>>3207063
Kek, can confirm
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I want to be someone's pet. I could just eat candy and smoke weed all day then sleep on the couch.
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>>3211793
So many dipshits look at a wild animal and go "OOOO SO CUTE I WANT TO HAVE IT, WE'LL HAVE SUCH A FUN LIFE TOGETHER" thinking it's gonna be some storybook shit when they have no idea the amount of effort you have to put in just to keep a wild animal alive let alone not miserable, it's abuse.
This is not a fucking hamster in a cage you can take out and play with at your whim.
Owning a wild animal is a full time job and a life time investment.
Look past your own selfish desires and put whats best for the animal first.
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They're gone now. We have not been abandoned by our masters.

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Why are humans often excluded from 'nature'? What makes their actions unnatural?
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>>3209949
Mankind must use reason and logic to guide him to desire actions and has no instinctual knowledge, we have no instinct that tells us what food is good to eat or how to start a fire or how to perform an appendectomy.

in comparison animals survive by chance and don't make plans.
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>>3209949
>be hunter going on hunt
>Dave will go scout for game
>when Dave finds game he'll pile rocks to show the way
>Go to find Dave
>see pile of rocks
>"was this pile of rocks made by Dave or by nature?"
>"Dave is part of nature so we can't know"
>tribe starves to death and retardation is avoided
It's practical to make distinctions between things and impractical not to.

Dave might be part of nature but that's not the whole truth. He's not all of nature.
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We have souls. Animals do not. So it is written.
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>>3209949
I also agree humans are part of nature. Technology is natural. Just like a beaver building a damn is natural.
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nature is an amoral (basically evil) system that people shouldn't be part of, and I'm glad we live in our own unnatural societies instead of in tune with nature.


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