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Name a more kino interaction in nature.

Protip: you can't.
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I love when two different predators team up to hunt.
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>>4177023
Colossal squid vs. sperm whale, but yeah, i can't.
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dingo vs baby
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>>4177023
Megalodon vs Livyatan?
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>>4177091
Show me the hippo.

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oh hell naw
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leave it to me
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time for your daily dose of media outrage scaremongering, goy

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I just want to grow some flowers but every time I put out planters, raccoons dig them up. I got one that goes on my deck railing and just put potting soil in it, no seeds, and there were no bugs in it, it still got dug through last night.

How can I stop them? I have some cayenne powder, I'm thinking maybe mix that in with the soil. I can't really kill them since they come when I'm asleep. I already have motion lights but they aren't bothered by them at all.

I've seen people mention chicken wire, is that effective for raccoons? I bet they could reach through it.
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>>4175944
That's illegal in many states.
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>>4176154
>>>/out/ >>>/k/ >>>google >>>wikihow
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Here's jimson weed for reference. I'm not sure how heat stable the active alkaloids are, but it may also be possible to boil a slurry down into a highly potent concentrate to inject into meat or hotdogs.

Be prepared for raccoons smoking invisible cigarettes and having conversations with invisible raccoons.
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raccoons disapprove of your gay-ass flowers. get better plants
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>>4175940
Just put the pots in one of those garbage cages specifically meant to keep vermin out of the trash until the plants are big enough they won't be bothered

Or grow tthem indoors for a few months

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PRÖÖÖÖÖÖÖÖÖHHH!!! :DDDD
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>>4177868
I think you mistake the word civilization for the word culture, which is still wrong given your example but l can give you some leeway theere.
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>>4177851
BOOBA
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>>4177851
What is the little fella trying to do?
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What country is it from? This is the most beautiful snake i have ever seen!
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>>4178090
they have popped up at least a couple times, its just extremely hard
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>>4178040
North and South America, it's called a Garden Tree Boa.
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>>4178073
Enjoy your head wobbling.
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>>4178144
??? Other anon was correct, they dont look anything like those
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>>4178186
they dont have a head wobble

>could a [living animal] kill a t-rex
No. The answer is always no.
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Is it me or there are a lot more people posting on /an/ than usual? Lots of 100+ posts threads lately
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>>4178245
a lot more pajeets and spergs maybe
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>>4178245
More traffic to /pol/ or /v/ or any of the bigger boards results in trickle down
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>>4177387
They're not nature's rules or self-imposed, they're the rules of the scenario in the thread you fucking retard.
Also yeah throw your little spear at a fucking T. rex and see what happens. This isn't some bitch ass mammoth we're talking about here.
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>>4178269
Depending on the geographical origin of the Homo Sapiens he may have an AR-15 instead of a spear

Spotted last night, was walking strange and threw me off. What animal was it?
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>>4178101
Dog with mange
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>>4178101
>>4178106
Reclusive Niggler.
Very rare.
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>>4178136
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Brown recluse
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>>4178230
That’s a spider, anon.

Is a tiger-ant hybrid not perfect? Which two organisms would you cross to make the perfect organism? No human.
>inb4 shitbull that multiplies like bacteria
Has to be somewhat biologically plausible.
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>>4178108
>arguing with retards
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dragonfly + spitting cobra venom

imagine something as fast and agile as a dragonfly going around and shooting venom in people's eyes for no discernible reason
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>>4177642
I like cats fine but by your argument an anteater is the perfect hunter.
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>>4177642
no way you can possibly believe this
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>>4177714
Crabs are inherently comical.

Marine Betta edition

Previous >>4163767

Discuss anything aquarium related here, including inhabitants, decor, and issues. Before asking questions in this thread, make sure you give us at least some details when asking a question, such as:

>Tank size (include dimensions, not just volume)
>Parameters (ammonia, nitrate, nitrite, pH, GH, KH)
>Any inhabitants + how long you've had them
>Pictures are always helpful

Tank Cycling:
>www.modestfish.com/how-to-cycle-your-aquarium/

Stocking and Water Change Calculator:

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Are cpds a meme or actually fun fish? Adding a dither (or two) to 20L with male betta and ~12 corys of two different breeds, looking at them, ember tetras, neon dwarf rainbowfish, or other generic danios
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>>4178175
personally i dont like them, maybe you just need a huge shoal but my 8 were always very shy and placid. I prefer chaostank with livebearers
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>>4178181
Yeah I'd rather put platys in there but they're notorious fin nippers and the betta is a crowntail so easy, slow target. I have endler's in another tank so would prefer a different fish. If the betta wasn't there I'd go with a mix of emerald and celestial danios, some gold white clouds, and platys, plus the corys, but wcmms want it too cold for bettas
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>>4178187
white clouds are fine in the low to mid 70s which is what i've always kept my betta at. i think people generally have a hardon for heat because breeders like heat because fish get higher metabolisms and grow faster at higher temps. high temp can help with some cancers but make others worse like algae. I've kept them together before just fine.

Neon tetras seem like they're the standard betta dither so those work too. imo you don't want something too active with bettas and other anabantids. but from my experience with them honestly i think they're better off alone. Medaka could also be worth a try, not sure if they'd get nippy, mine haven't been.

Also unrelated but I'm strongly tempted to try putting a female molly in an unheated tank with my other poeciliids. People told me GUPPIES NEED TO BE THE HOLY 72-82 DEGREES ALL FISH NEED TO BE HEATED but I threw some assorted fancy guppies in there with my assorted endlers in a tank that ranges 66-72 and they seem to be doing just fine.
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>>4178150
Yeah. That's is probably about as well as this will go.
But I want to try at least. They're trying to communicate with me so I should put in some effort too.

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How dangerous are wolves really? They seem friendly enough.
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>>4178160
Because americans are fat.
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>>4170517
>cobra
no venomous snake could take any adult human in a fight, period. The most potent venom takes several minutes to incapacitate - the snake always dies. The human might die later, but the snake's long dead by then.
The only snakes that are tough enough to survive a human armed with at least hiking boots are the huge constrictors.
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>>4178164
Not in my state apparently.
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>>4170156
>>4177769
Unironically this is why commies hate rich people. They are envious of their wealth, if even subconsciously. Not like they'll ever become rich though.

All this being said, the only people I hate are those that hate me and my people, which is a bit of a paradox, and leads me to becoming myself again.
I have transcended the cycle.
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>>4178164
You live in brazil.

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Birds of Prey: Bearded Vulture Edition
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Vintage edition

Preeevious:
>>4121889

RESOURCES:
https://speculativeevolution.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Tutorial
>One-stop shop for relevant background information for starting a project

http://planetfuraha.blogspot.com/
>Fantastic blog covering all sorts of spec evo topics in-depth

https://specevo.jcink.net/
>The Speculative Evolution forums, full of resources and ongoing projects


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>>4153806

New Multituberculate Earth article: https://multituberculateearth.wordpress.com/2022/05/20/multituberculate-saberteeth/
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>>4176285
>>4174019

Okay, nevermind lol

Welwitschia actually is grass-like in many aspects, down to how they deal with herbivores and water loss. Guess you just have to spam Welwischia-like things everywhere, maybe with less dumb leaves.
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>>4173856
>>4154645
Thirding the request. Those threads were great fun.
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So Alex tackled the Ferengi, gotta say, is pretty kino, better at capturing the essence than the Klingon, this design screams "Ferengi"! He's also got some wip and beta designs over on his Patreon, so anyone care to snatch them up and share here?
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>>4176433
Oh that's fucking nice.

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Previous >>4153137

All Guppied up edition

Discuss anything aquarium related here, including inhabitants, decor, and issues. Before asking questions in this thread, make sure you give us at least some details when asking a question, such as:

>Tank size (include dimensions, not just volume)
>Parameters (ammonia, nitrate, nitrite, pH, GH, KH)
>Any inhabitants + how long you've had them
>Pictures are always helpful

Tank Cycling:
>www.modestfish.com/how-to-cycle-your-aquarium/

Stocking and Water Change Calculator:

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Y 2 threads
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>>4176088
The giant mutants are coming along well, so in time.
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Should I get a betta or guppies for my 30L?
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>>4176563
Guess I forgot to link the new thread in the old. Ah well.
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>>4176625
Bettas are prettier and have more personality

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Redpill me on budgies
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>>4175566
Greymon (T-Rex) vs Parrotmon (Budgie)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVRCJ3pzL1s
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>>4169178
sleepy budgies
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>>4175760
The budgie only lost because of 'plotline' making the t rex magically regain consciousness due to the power of love and friendship.
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>>4144068
They glow.
https://www.burkesbackyard.com.au/fact-sheets/pets/pets-pet-care-native-animals/glowing-budgies/

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>Rats need friends
>Rats need free roam time
>Rats need and deserve all the love they can get

>other rodent friends also welcome
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>>4176561
I wish I could breed a line of hyperaggressive Wolverine rats with reinforced skeletons and claws so that I can sell them to snakefaggots and giggle when I hear about their shitty worms being eviscerated
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>>4177294
Spaying can help prevent tumors in female rats, it reduces their hormone levels and the risk of mammary tumors. In addition to pregnancies.

Spaying seems invasive and expensive, but it's probably cheaper in the long run than neutering every male, or dealing with tumors in the females. If I were trying to keep a female in a mostly male group I'd just get a vet to pop her open, scoop out her parts and be done with it.

>>4177443
Neutering is a very safe procedure in rats, they just snip and stitch and they're good. Spaying carries a bigger risk due to having to open their bellies up, but if you take the right precautions you can keep a rat from chewing her stiches and spilling her guts before she heals.

If you're keeping unfixed males and females together you'd just have to keep them in two seperate groups with seperate free roam times. And making sure they dont try fucking through the cage bars.

Don't know about the baby rat.
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>>4174969
>>4174974
I'm sorry, bros. They both look like very cute and good rats.
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rats > gerbils > guinea pigs > chinchillas > mice >>> h*msters
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>>4178215
squirrels > all




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