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share your best frog pictures
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Some cool ass frogs in this thread.
Rock on, hoppy bros.
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Here's a nice shot of some tiny tree frog babies which have just started emerging from the water.
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The big lazy bastards.
Post pics or webms

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/Bun/ Bun General, Bun Thread
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>>3659914

Post your buns


RIP Pringles Bun, one month today.
>>3710408
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Can someone please confirm that rabbits lay eggs
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>>3760165
Yes little black eggs, it's important you eat all of them
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>>3760165
you put them in milk and enjoy for breakfast
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Does anyone here have experience with Angoras?

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>frequent /an/
>start to hate cats
>take a break from /an/
>stop hating cats
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>>3759123
To be fair, race wars are pretty cool.
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>>3754399
>letting the dogeredditors live rent free in your head and control your thoughts
Pitiful.
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>>3754693
Only 2 days? How black are you?
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>>3759108
Holy kekimus optimus maximus

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Nothing hidden, Borzoi right into your face
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>>3760931
...and then?
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>>3761040
Ascend.
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>>3760744
Post your paw silkenhound poster
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>>3757866
a most fine image for my collection
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>>3761339
You can tell he's of the extra long variety.

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Post an animal without posting the animal.
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>>3753069
Cats?
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>>3746763
man, kinda fucks me up seeing such frustrated behavior from something that has a conscious experience extremely similar to our own, just at a lower resolution of thought.
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>>3760703
yeah, it's such a long, stressful, boring existence. some zoos are fantastic but zoos like this need to do better, this is inexcusable. to say nothing of shitty third world zoos and the cunts who keep chimps in back garden cages barely bigger than a shed. i wonder how much this environment stunts them? growing up with nothing but concrete walls and a climbing frame must be like when kids are locked in a room and never see anything except their walls and furniture, and end up adults who are mentally not even really human.
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>>3760521
Such blessed birds.
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you have come to listen to my story, yes? Well it all started with a dear old friend of mine. His name, you ask? His name...was Harambe the gorilla...

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deer
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>>3760061
Ask /k/.

There once was a legendary hunter who shot a deer with his own cock. At least three times as far as I know. Stories have been written about this legendary hunter.
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>>3760061
It's like sex but with a deer.
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>>3755239
Tex Avery liked deer, too: - https://youtu.be/xEilRFdjV80
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>>3761094
Gonna need more details
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I'm sorry deer. I couldn't find you after my shot missed your heart, I hope you died quickly in that massive thicket you disappeared into.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TChKF_vzXDE
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>>3751999
You'd be surprised
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>>3751298
2009 video jesus
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>>3751298
Childhoods were built off of this bug
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>>3758455
That spider looks pretty fat on isopods
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They're kinda cute actually. Especially the one that looks like a duck. Or Sorocco isopods.

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Will future paleonthologists look at their teeth and assume it was a carnivore?
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>>3760458
Omnivore at best.
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>>3760458
What would you say if you saw this?
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>>3760596
Take your meds
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>>3760458
This is semi-related, but since we're on the topic of paleontology:
Do you ever wonder if scientists have found fossils that, on first inspection, might look exactly like one another and we could assume to be the same species, but might actually be different species based on characteristics that we will never be able to see? Think about it. If paleontologists in the future found fossils of two poison dart frog species, do you think they would be able to recognize the difference?
Considering that today we can recognize 1.5 - 2 million species and there are many species that can look superficially similar in skeleton structure but different in appearance, do you think it was any different during the Mesozoic or during the Permian or during the Ordovician?
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>>3760638
Vampire deer

Has /an/ ever thought about the idea of a breed mix between a Borzoi and a Pug?
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>>3761083
>mix a pitbull with a toadline
>get an american
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I can't even find any results for this when I look it up. Surely it must've happened at least once over the entire course of the history of dogs? What would even happen? I don't know anything about dog breeding.
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>>3761089
If it were that easy, maybe yuros wouldn't be globally irrelevant.
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>>3761187
Maybe try something like an American bulldog or an English bulldog.

Any short snouted breed x borzoi
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>>3761083
smashed and slammed borzoi by 2025, screencap this

Was this an accurate portrayal of how a fight between a silverback gorilla and a jaguar would go?
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>>3759817
Element of surprise cat wins. No Surprise then dicks out for Harambe
/thread
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>>3759817
>leopard
no
>jaguar
yes probably, but jaguars dont live anywhere near gorilla
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>>3759829
Good luck biting this neck
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>>3759817
No, because a half naked man wouldn't jump out to save the gorilla
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>>3760597
why write all that stuff if you're gonna be wrong on everything?

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>>3759915
It's from one of those forest village survival cooking channels, but I can't find the exact video.
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>>3756048
I am convinced that every single Indian has Asperger’s. I have yet to find another explanation for their behavior.
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>>3756048
kek, had me chuckling
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>>3756048
Bass to bass
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>>3756374
Thank you anon. You warmed up my old heart.

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Darius, the world’s longest rabbit, has gone missing.

The police are appealing for information about the apparent abduction of the heavyweight bunny from his home in a small English village. https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/13/world/europe/darius-worlds-longest-rabbit-stolen.html?
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>>3760683
>Darius’s owner, Annette Edwards, has offered a reward of 2,000 pounds, about $2,745, for his safe return, no questions asked. She detailed his disappearance on Sunday from her home in Stoulton, England, in a post on Twitter, calling it a “very sad day.” She added that the rabbit was too old to breed now, “So please bring him back.
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>>3760964
Probably just kill it. You're assuming whoever stole it even knows what it is.
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>>3760683
MODS STICKY
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>>3761076
>break into house
>see animal
>don't know what a rabbit is
>steal it
>get outside and kill it because you don't know what it is
>successful night's burglary
my fucking sides
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>too old to breed
*doubt.png*

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how come pterosaurs and ichtyosaurs left no extant relatives, but birds are fucking everywhere?
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>>3761158
Please post some known Pterosaur genera from Maastricht period of the Cretaceous that had small bodies.
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>>3761164
I'm a blind retard faggot, sorry.
>>3761166
https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rsos.160333
One of the better known examples in recent years, Campanian-Maastrichtian formation.
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>>3761176
inherited traits from theropods probably helped birds enough to overcome those pterosaur stragglers then.
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>>3754231
>Bat flight is superior

If you enjoy being incapable of gaining altitude and having to climb before taking off yeah.
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>>3761222
You've never even seen a bat fly.




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