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made a capybara chad
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that's the virgin capibara
now draw the chad pellican who tries to eat it
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>saladtongs.webm
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your bath is drawn, my liege
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Hoot Hoot birb thread
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>>3863567
>owls
>birds

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Hi. Quick question, anyone know what this white veil ist in my Ecosphere? All the animals dont seem to mind it and the plants are growing. The ecosphere is about 9 days old. What is happening here?
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>>3874489
Bacteria colony

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>Weather General Thread
What are some strange thing's you have noticed about the weather lately, locally or internationally?

>Over here in Eastern Central US I've noticed strange cloud formations
>Seems to be less hot than usual
Could this be because of lockdowns and from the lack of flights around the world for a significant time?

>https://weather.com/science/weather-explainers/news/undulatus-asperatus-clouds-kentucky-ohio-august-3
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Two weeks worth of rain have now concluded as of Wednesday this week.
Remnants from the tropical storm. Shit was insane, and now we're two thirds of the way through summer and its in the mid 70s, no more big heat it seems.
Sorta sad in a way.
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>half of Europe under torrential floods
>a few sprinkles of rain where I live
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I accidentally scared a monarch butterfly last year.

I think that turned into a typhoon in Japan
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>>3874317
Hahaha
Reminds me of that Robot Chicken sketche where the kids are squishing butterflies and catastrophes are happening in other countries.
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ngl i fucking hate butterflies
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>>3872878
CHONK
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>>3869945
AARRGH! RAISE THE MOFF!
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>>3874020
The moths that bombard my house when I leave the windows open literally dissolve on contact with water
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>>3874020
Doesnt stop them from getting stuck on a tiny amount of water in and around my bathroom sink.
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>>3874264
just like the ending of that movie signs

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The gorilla is the baddest cat in the jungle. No one attacks him, so why would he look up?

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Post birds, appreciate birds
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Just got a new phone and discovered that it can take slow motion videos, then turn them into gifs. It's fun taking videos of my birds squabbling.
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We had a hail storm a few days ago, and it destroyed a robin nest. The parents never came back so I tried to save the one baby that survived the storm, but he didn't make it either. I'm sorry.

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what the hell are these?
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>>3874453
where are the other legs in the pic I posted?
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>>3874460
Maybe front legs under the body, and the two pairs of rear legs are together at the back. It looks like they are freshly hatched and maybe a bit 'wonky', as the gold things are eggs.
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>>3874464
smart anon
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>>3874464
damn so they came out of the eggs... honestly didn't see that coming

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Why is it that no one is able to show on video that they chase you?
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>snakes going out of their way, risking their lives and wasting their energetically expenisive venom just to spite some trekking faggot
Natural selection punishes reckless and stupid behaviour pretty harshly, any snake species that did this shit would clear itself out of existence.
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>>3873436
>Also anyone found the moccasin yet?
Kind of late, but lower left area? I see something dark and snakey in the grass.
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>>3872890
Worked frequently in Florida swampland and can state with 100% confidence that NO snake will "chase you". Rattlers, cottonmouths, even gators all try to avoid you.
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>>3873405
Reality
>news report of man who was attacked by a mountain lion while hiking in caifornia.
You
>that dude lied because he didn't get a video of it!!

You're a pathetic and small minded excuse of a human who cannot function on their own. You're the type that would burn a scientist at the stake for suggesting the earth is round because the majority said it was flat.
YouTube has become your God and the mere thought of questioning internet "facts" has become blasphemy, even when confronted by testimony of an individual that has experienced an event firsthand.


I explained the circumstances of when a cottonmouth chased me.
It happened.
Period.
You can accept that or continue living life with your head buried in the sand.
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>>3874467
I’m with this guy he is stating something obvious that even >>3873461 agreed with the circumstances. But by >>3873405 logic I would have to ask if >>3874328 has a video of him working in the Florida swampland with snakes and alligators I question his word because he failed to find the snake. I would post the picture of the snake after he came towards me about 15 feet mouth open, but the last time I posted a photo of a dead animal I got a three day ban.

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This is the invertebrate general. If you have any questions about invertebrates, want to look into owning one or more, or want to simply discuss them, this is the thread to do so, whether it's
>Tarantulas and other spiders
>Myriapods
>Mollusks
>Crustaceans
>Insects
>Or anything without a backbone

Feel free to post it.

Resources/help and information
>ID/General Info
https://bugguide.net
https://www.keepinginsects.com/
>Tarantulas

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>>3873837
Or Steatoda grossa
Also harmless and beneficial
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>>3873861
much obliged! i'm pretty sure this is it, it was really tiny, no more than 1/2 inch including legs
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>>3873870
only dangerous spider that should be around there is the black widow. pretty easy spider to identify.
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What species is this?
Found in my garden in Romania around Bucharest.
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>>3874383
I'm thinking gypsy moth, but I can't be sure.

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every argument against zoophilia is also a hidden argument for veganism. both say that you shouldnt ruin the life of an animal for your own hedonistic enjoyment when there are viable alternatives, like dating humans instead and eating ßoy / geneticly engineered meat replacements.
any other "argument" against the above works only on basis that animal welfare doesnt matter, and by appealing to a man-made abstract idea of "natural order" founded on religious thinking that is not even consistent across the globe.

the madness with this goes even further: Man has sex with a goat? kill both. why? because the guy had non-reproductive sex, and killing him will keep him from passing on his degenerate genes! why kill the goat? to protect the poor animal from rape!
human life is sacred it seems, unless some nutjob decides someone makes the wrong decisions about their own life.

Also imagine being against pedophilia while eating a steak cut from a human child. wouldnt that be morally sound? I'm a vegan non-furry btw, dont know if that matters.
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>>3873230
what the fuck am i reading
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>>3873230

You should ask your vet for a double dose of euthasol, and your vet should follow your example. I hope you both die a horrible, gruesome death soon. I mean it.
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There's nothing wrong with being a zoophile.
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Found in England, the inside it smooth.
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>>3868743
Buckbreakia Niger.
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popshroorm
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>>3868743
i got one i need help with what is this?
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>>3874438
south texas
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>>3868743
>>>/plants/

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> be me, NEET retarded femoid
> have a cute inside house kot
> the cat have a lot of mucus in her nose and eye (pic related)
> bring it to the vet
> cat herpes, got some pills and eye salve, apply it for a week
> ffw nothing happens
> go back to vet, got some vitamins
> ffw nothing happens
> go back to vet, got a shot, more vitamins and some paste like oral medicine
> ffw nothing happens
> paid to the vet a few hundred bucks
> cat still full of dripping mucus and sneezes everywhere
> everything is full of fucking cat snot and I constantly step on it

Help me anons, this is a fucking nightmare. What the fuck should I do? I'm on the end of my nerves. The cat is totally okay, have good appetite and shit, but my house is in ruins because of the insane amount of mucus. She already had some sneeze problem when she was just a kitten, but after a shot she got totally healthy.

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>>3874391
Good question. In my knowledge it mostly make eye symptoms. Her eye is also leaking, but not as much as her nose, so dunno.
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>>3874327
Definitely seek a different vet for second opinion.
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>>3874327
there's no cure for feline herpes. if you can try to supplement with l-lysine in her food (they make a powder supplement for cats), but some cats are just going to have chronic sniffles. Shame your vet wont explain this to you
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>>3874354
>still giggling about cat herpes
its a true thing, I volunteer at a shelter and cats that catch it before they can get vaccinated end up with it in their systems for life, but most don't have symptoms, some have chronic sniffles like OP's cat, some get bad teeth. It's basically a diagnosis of elimination. It's never life threatening but can be annoying

there may be other things you can try like trying to sanitize your home, make sure there's no mold sources, get an air purifier. Maybe even try a nebulizer to at least temporarily clear kitty up. Make sure he has lots of fluids. I understand you're not made of money, so do what you can, these may or may not work but they wont hurt
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>>3874391
>I'm no vet but since when is mucus a symptom of herpes?
it's rare but it is a thing, seen it at the shelter, one of the cats there just could never get over the sniffles. Thank god it's not FeLV, those are the saddest cases because they're almost always the most friendly cats, and they're going to die in like 2 to 5 years

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tell me about your petting zoo adventures, /an/
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>>3874251
As a kid I used to go to a petting zoo with my mom.There was a white goat there, he was an asshole. Suddenly he was removed, then I became sad.
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>>3874251
When I was young I went to a petting zoo with my brother. They had bags of popcorn you were allowed to feed to the animals.
As we went to the goat enclosure we encountered people running out but we just ignored that.
As soon as we were inside and tried to feed the goats they started swarming us (at least two dozens) and I quickly handed the popcorn bag over to my brother and fled.
From outside I watched as my brother got swarmed and overwhelmed by the goats until one big billy goat just rammed him in the stomach and he threw the bag away. Then they backed off and he could escape too.

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Why dont you own a protection dog, anon? If you live in urban area, don't you care about your home, your family and about yourself? Don't you might be arround blacks or other criminals?
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>>3874304
if you are around the dog, of course
but you can't train a dog not to eat something fling over a fence, when you are not around

there is 0 ways to prevent this
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>>3874307
I dunno, moving to a non-shithole country might prevent it.
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>>3874310
in a "non shithole country" you don't need a protection dog then
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>>3874312
The problem is you can live in a 'non-shithole country', but there will still be criminal elements who seek to deprive you of your property. If you're worried that someone might poison your animal, do not leave it outside unattended for any lengthy period. Those around you who seek to burglarize you will simply see a dog, a housepet, but one they still don't wish to contend with because it's a living, breathing burglar alarm and has the absolute potential to fuck their day up. Give them no opportunity to harm your dog.
The best guard animal isn't the GSD/malinois/rottweiler/mastiff/insert stereotypically used breed here that's left to roam the yard and look tough. It's the one who you include as part of the family, whom they feel a deep seeded obligation to defend.My dog is not a trained guard dog, but her breed predisposes her to guarding behavior, and if I have her out in public, if we're approached by someone she's never seen or interacted with, she puts herself between them and me. I did not train this, this is just what she does.
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>>3874307
Keeping your dog inside when you're not in the house is a good way of preventing this.




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