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"/an/ - Animals & Nature" is 4chan's imageboard for posting pictures of animals, pets, and nature.

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one time I saw a shoebill eat a guy
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No Dog breed is inherently more dangerous than the others. It's about how they are raised. The ONLY reason you hear Pitbull horror stories is because they are cheap to purchase and physically capable. I'm sure if Terriers were the same size or Great Danes were the same price you would see near identical statistics. It's not the Dog but the factors around the Dog. Thank you.
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Heeeey anon~ :3
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/plant/ - gesneriads edition
Welcome to /plant/, the happy green place on this blue board, where growers, gardeners and horticulturists share their love for things that grow.
Newbies and amateurs are very welcome, and we’ll always try to answer your questions.

>Flora of the World

>Hardiness zones

>Plant ID Sites

>Pests and Diseases

>Thousands of Botanical Illustrations


>Carnivorous plants

>Alpine plants


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/invert/ - Invertebrate General - Larval Solifugid Edition
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
>Or anything without a backbone

Feel free to post it.

Resources/help and information
>ID/General Info
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/RATS/ Thread
A Rat Denied His Yogies edition
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Rabbit and bunny general I guess
Any rabbit / bunny owners in here? This fucking bitch seriously can't go more than 3 days without completely covering her asshole with shit and bedding. How do I stop this from happening?
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anyone else play with the tiny little carpet beetles that crawl around on your bed
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Goats and boars are such a big problem in Australia because there is currently no big predator sitting at top the food chain.

Simple solution: release lions in Australia. There, boar problem solved and I just saved a ton of baby turtles.
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Eagles are the master race after humans
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*nuzzles u*
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/aq/ - Aquarium General - Rineloricaria edition
Golden Mystery Snail, Pomacea bridgesii
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:

Stocking and Water Change Calculator:

Articles and Care Guides:

Aquatic Plant Database:

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ahaha look at his fucking ears holy shit
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What is the most terrifying animal?
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How do we stop them?
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what now
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Brøther, may I have some oats?
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Why do so many states protect this invasive species?
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/herp/ - Reptile and Amphibian General - Old man Hylonomus Edition
This thread is dedicated to all animals of the reptilia and amphibia families. Topics include, but are not limited to: geckos, snakes of all kinds, frogs, salamanders, newts, turtles, tortoises, and much more. Before asking a question, do a search on the internet to see if it has been answered
Classifieds for finding breeders and products:
> (Canadian breeders)
Most forums will have a "for sale" section on them, so look for that, especially if you have a specific herp you want. Craigslist can also be a good source for cheap aquariums, and make sure to check for any reptile expos that occur in your area.

When asking a question, make sure to include these details:
>Type and size of animal
>Enclosure dimensions
>Humidity and temperature
>Type of substrate
>The decor you use
>How often you feed
>The type of food you use
>If your animal is wild caught or captive bred
>How often you handle
>Who you bought the animal from

Other Helpful Resources

Old thread: >>3638030
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>dog owners are expected to pick up their animal's shit
>horsefags don't bat an eye when their animal leaves huge mounds of shit everywhere
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Local Shelter Check-In
Go to your local rescue/shelter's website and bring back a picture of the cutest adoptee available.

This is Ellen, a four-month-old Anatolian Shepherd mix.
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Prove me wrong: cats are not obligate carnivores in the context of modern civilization

Yes, they need taurine and B12 but those can be supplemented. I've been feeding my cat meat alternatives and dissolving taurine and B12 supplements into onions milk for nearly a year now and my cat is completely healthy and normal. She also gets inpatient when it's close to feeding time so I know she likes it.
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Would it be possible to bring placoderms back into existence by selectively breeding certain fish with particularly strong bone or scales around their head? Or to breed horseshoe crabs and triops to resemble trilobites?
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>He lets his dirty dog sleep in his bed
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Should they be introduced as pets in the U.S.?
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What is the "ideal" breed/dog? I want to find a big dog but also not too big. Something like a german shepard/doberman. I want a dog with insane "willforce" like pitbulls or belgian malinois. The kind of dog that wont give up when his toy is too high or a dog that can grab a tire with his mouth and lift all his body weight for minutes. A dog that runs, jump and had a strong temperament. I was looking at dobermans or GSD but i think they might be a little too heavy for these kind of activities. What do you guys think?
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How intelligent was Homo Florensis?
Also known as the hobbit, they lived in Flores and survived until around 50,000 years ago when humans arrived.

How smart do you think they would have been?
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Post pictures of animals going *PAF* after a long day's animalling.
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Cat rate thread
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I recently just got an australian shepherd puppy at 8 weeks old, but it seems to be having some trouble walking, it's very clumsy and uncoordinated. Is this normal? It wasn't the runt of the litter. I've never had a dog since puppy age, only a few months older.
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how come we've domesticated numerous rodent species, rats, mice, hamsters, gerbils, guinea pigs, etc but not squirrels?

They're all over the place, cute, they're already pretty amicable when tamed, have a decent lifespan for a rodent their size, you'd think it would've happened by now.
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how can you demand "returning to monkey"?!
Can't you see that the ape spirit is in all of us, only waiting to emerge at the right time?
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/an/ reaction images
Nightmare goggles
So I restarted my computer and it wiped every image I had from my drive for some reason. In light of this, any /an/ appropriate reaction images you could provide would be appreciated.
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Should I castrate my Pomeranian?
He’s 6 months old and I’ve been thinking about castrating him, cause I don’t want him to mark everything and be aggressive, plus I’m not going to breed him. What do? Picrel kinda looks like him
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prehistoric life soulless
How does it feel to have your childhood dreams ruined by "science" /an/?
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What makes anatidae such Chads of the animal kingdom?
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Screenshot 2021-01-16 at 9.15.22 PM
Losing faith in humanity
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Ok, this guy sucks
I see him shilled all the time around here, so I finally got around to watching his channel. It's not good.
>narrates in a breathless monotone at uncomfortably high speed, articulation is poor and almost incomprehensible at times
>scripts are poorly written rehashes of Wikipedia articles
>videos are slideshows of Google Image results
Millions of views per video? Seriously? An intelligent high schooler could do better than this.
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Platypus thread
I'm going to post a platypus in this thread every day until all of /an/ wants to snuggle a puggle.

Old one hit image limit archived. >>>3501454.
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Why are birds of prey so based?
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Look anon! I found a snake! What should we name it!?
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Ferrets are pretty cute. Do they make good pets?
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Dog has been sneezing blood off and on all day, snuffing out through her nose constantly and shaking and freaking out. What do?
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Parrotlets are the ultimate example of manlet discrimination in contemporary society. Parrotlet birds such as budgies, conures and cockatiels are treated like ornaments despite living up to 30 years. They have the intelligence of the smarter dog breeds, approximately that of a three year old child. But even within the avian community, they are treated as a "starter bird" that is easy to care for and they are often mistreated and given subpar nutrition and housing. People underestimate how sensitive and social these creatures are and often neglect them, creating issues like feather plucking or screaming out of boredom. Even WITHIN parrotlet species, the smaller parrotlets like budgies are treated as more disposable by enthusiasts relative to the larger species, and the larger parrots like cockatoos, African Greys and galahs are mistakenly thought of as more intelligent and harder to care purely because of their size. That's why I try to take care of my cockatiels and give them a good life and refuse to buy from any pet store that has budgies for cheap prices in uncomfortable cage set ups with no toys or social enrichment.
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Choose a cryptid to make real anons. Why would you choose it? What would the implications be?

Personally, I'd go for bigfoot. If only because the sheer insufferability of squatch hunters after finally being vindicated after decades would be just glorious. The entire world having to acknowledge that these complete fucking weirdos were actually right. I'd go with the loch ness monster, but that one would just be so fantastical it'd probably break reality or something.
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They really do descend from dinosaurs huh.
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cow thread
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Cats are the best, I love them. This is venus shes so dumb <3
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Why are are male chickens/ jungle fowl so aggressive? Ducks, grouse, and other fowls seem tame compared to these vessels of hatred.
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>mammals are better at being fish than fucking fish
Why are non-mammals so pathetic?
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You drank superjuice, giving you the power to handle any animal safely (you can no-face the deathroll of a crocodile or the charge of an elephant). At the bottom of the bottle is the deed to a 50 hectare land containing every type of common habitat and climate, as well as a coupon for a pet of your choosing. What do you get?
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/se/ - Speculative Evolution General
Birrin Edition

Previous Thread:

Resources :

Recommended Projects:
>A world colonized by Canaries, Sunflowers and others
>A Chinese cave with very strange inhabitants
>An Antarctic island home to strange lovecraftian creatures
>The Seychelles are a collection of miraculous islands, carrying a precious cargo of life from vanished world. But what if the Granitic Seychelles were merely the mountain peaks of a much larger island? What strange life might call such an island home?
>Several hundred light-years from Earth, the planet Epimethius is remarkably similar in its composition, but it is larger, has greater weather extremes, is subject to frequent solar radiation storms, and full of bizarre life forms.
>Be the spectators of the history of life on earth in the next million of years in the future.
>This project takes place 10 million years into the future, in a world were the entire planet consists of one giant city.
>A strange planet filled with stranger creatures with even stranger life cycles
>The Planet of the Venezuelan Red Howlers
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I want to be a park ranger, and need to study.... where do I start? Books to read? Videos? Lectures? Movies?
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Australia to kill pigeon that crossed Pacific from Oregon
Meanwhile in "huh?" news. As an Oregonian, I don't know what to make of this, other than "yeah! Kill it! Rip its head off!"
>CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — A racing pigeon has survived an extraordinary 13,000-kilometer (8,000-mile) Pacific Ocean crossing from the United States to find a new home in Australia. Now authorities consider the bird a quarantine risk and plan to kill it.

>Kevin Celli-Bird said Thursday he discovered the exhausted bird that arrived in his Melbourne backyard on Dec. 26 had disappeared from a race in the U.S. state of Oregon on Oct. 29.

>Experts suspect the pigeon that Celli-Bird has named Joe, after the U.S. president-elect, hitched a ride on a cargo ship to cross the Pacific.
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Cat urine problem
So my cat keeps licking and having bright red piss occasionally
Took'em to the vet and said no virus nor internal stone or anything
Got pain killer helped him
Stopped giving after a lil while
Now he's reverting back to licking and bloody piss
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No more brother wars
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Moths are cute
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Tips to trim stubborn pupper's nails?
I've tried all the guides and tricks I can find.

Tried tiring her out, different methods of nail trimming but she always goes to 100% nope when trying to trim nails.

Tried the peanut butter trick, giving her pb or putting it on my own head. She is so flexible / agile she gets out of any attempts to trim nails. Sometimes I can get lucky and get one.

She is so stubborn / wiry about nail trimming.

Any tricks / methods to calm a pupper and be able to trim her nails?
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Can anyone recommend some good documentaries about deep, deep ocean trench stuff?
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If your dog doesn't belong to one of the 16 Based Breeds its not a real dog and needs to be purged.
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Do you think there's a universe out there where humans never evolved, and everything that we destroyed is still there and/or alive?
I hope there is, I'd love to see it
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Akita dog
I really want an Akita as Dogbro.

Anyone with experiences in owning one?
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Do bears make good pets?
>Bears can live on your leftovers, which means that the upfront costs are low.
>Bears are surprisingly social, also their fur is shaggy and soft. Perfect for cuddling in a family household. There is a reason why teddy plushies are based on bears.
>Can easily kill robbers and non-white harassers.
>Finally, bears are very intelligent which makes them great for tasks even dogs cannot handle.
I would say yes, Timothy Treadwell was just retarded...
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Post cool and obscure extinct birds.
This is the Kaua'i mole-duck (Talpanas lippa). It was most likely flightless and the structure of it's skull suggests it had poor eyesight but a broad, sensitive beam and acute sense of smell, so it probably was nocturnal and occupied a niche similar to the kiwi. It lived in the island of Kaua'i, in the Hawaiian Islands.
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What is it about cats, that make us so at peace when around them

being going through some bad stuff in life right now, mother and father dying, barely have any money, almost 31, no friends or nothing,
and yet,

i saw these two cats outside tonight, at 2 am, in the bushes, black and white pattern, seemed to be like brother and sister, and they let me play with them and even pet them, even the skittish female
and i felt so at peace, like there is no trouble in the world
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chewy snuggling 2
want to cuddle with dillie
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How much is too much when it comes to harassing wild life?
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Wolf Thread
It's about time we had one again
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Does my boomer cat have dementia?
This is Chris, 14 years old. He's an old fart and it's starting to show.
It started with slight disorientation, or atleast thats what it looked like. At times he'd just sit in the middle of the hallway blank staring into the void, as if he is thinking "what the hell was I even supposed to do here". He also started to become much more playful. Almost kitten like. This has resulted in him yelling loud in the middle of the night for attention. If I go downstairs when he does this, i'd find him surrounded by his favorite toys. He hasn't even touched those in years. Ofcourse i cant help but skip sleep to go play with him.
As of recently it has started to become a little less cute though. He pretty much stopped washing himself, making him look greasy and messy all the time. He gets angry when i try to brush him. He has lost quite a bit of weight, he has always been a thicc boy so it's nothing for him. He also started regularly picking fights with his younger brother for some reason. It also looks like he is started to forget how to drink water. Atleast he is awkwardly doing that with his paws now instead of his mouth. And on new years eve he shat outside the litter.

I dont want to have to put him down guys. He is not in pain. Matter of fact he seems happy. Happier than he has ever been even. I know it's his last ride, and i think he knows too. I hope we can just ride it out peacefully before i finally have to say goodbye. I love him so much
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>Naked rabbit.
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Which kinds of microfauna or small invertebrate life, if any, can survive in a completely airtight terrarium like this stock photo?

I can get isopods and springtails easily, but earthworms and centipedes I'd literally have to dig for.

(Not talking about a vivarium or something with large space and some ventilation.)
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Whats some /an/ approved vidya?
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Why did he do it?
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Macaque Love Thread - Part 2
Previous Thread Here >>3609473

Thread for all kinds of macacas. This is a love thread, dedicated to talking about behavior and ecology in the wild, unique aspects of their anatomy and physiology, legit research on macaques, macaque rescue by professional organizations, religious depictions of macaques (such as Hanuman), and fictional depictions of macaques.

No baby monkey torture/baby monkey "pets." That shit is tired. Find somewhere else to talk about it. I am learning things from macaque love that stale torture threads will not provide.

To start, I have made another "Guess That Macaque" image. This one is pretty difficult! But they are all identifiable by the characteristics I provided, I promise. Can you guess them all?

Here's a hint: With the exception of A, all macs have been discussed in the previous thread.

First one to guess them all gets some nice, perky titis!
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Animals that look very kissable
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First Paleontology Breakthrough of the Year
>Dire wolves are iconic beasts. Thousands of these extinct Pleistocene carnivores have been recovered from the La Brea Tar Pits in Los Angeles. And the massive canids have even received some time in the spotlight thanks to the television series Game of Thrones. But a new study of dire wolf genetics has startled paleontologists: it found that these animals were not wolves at all, but rather the last of a dog lineage that evolved in North America.
The plot thickens.
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Opossum in vents
there's an opossum in my ventilation system, what should i do to make it go away
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I didn't know Cheetah Centipedes were a thing.
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What the fuck is this shit? Where are the REAL dogs? Shouldn't the best in show be the most athletic, loyal breed. Not some purse animal? I mean jesus christ
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The best bird is the American woodcock. Not only is its name great, but it also looks like a tennis ball and has dance moves.
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Itt: based animal names
Telling you the names will ruin the surprise so I will only post pictures. Look them up on your own via reverse image search.
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New Bat Species With Orangutan Hue Discovered in West Africa
I want to _____________________ Orangutan Bat.
>Scientists hope the rare discovery could be a catalyst for conserving the region's biodiversity.

>In 2018, scientists set out on an expedition to survey the habitat of an endangered bat species in the West African country of Guinea. One night, a trap turned up something unusual: a new species of bat with a fiery orange body strikingly juxtaposed with black wings.

>"It was kind of a life goal in a way, one that I never thought would happen," said Jon Flanders, director of endangered species interventions at Bat Conservation International, a nonprofit organization based in Austin, Tex. "Every species is important, but you get drawn to the interesting-looking ones, and this one really is spectacular."

>There are more than 1,400 species of bats, and every year more than 20 join the list. Mostly, though, these are lab-based discoveries that involve genetically parsing out cryptic species, or ones that look exactly (or almost exactly) like each other and were formerly thought to be the same.

>Just happening upon a new bat species in nature is something entirely different.

>"This sort of situation where experienced researchers went out in the field and caught an animal and held it in their hand and went, 'This is something we can't identify," that's much more unusual," said Nancy Simmons, curator of mammals at the American Museum of Natural History in New York and chairwoman of the global bat taxonomy group at the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
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Can all animals dream?
What tells us about those who cant?
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ITT Animal pictures that really make you think and go hmm...
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what percentage of /an/ population is actually biologists?
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PETA keep on making shitty games and such to prove their point which is nonexistence in such games. Meanwhile you have games like this that prove their point perfectly without outright shoving your face into it. Here /an/, this is why pugs shouldn't exist.
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Do you ever think sometimes live would be a lot easier if you were a fish? No work, just swim around all day, food basically drifts right into your face, get to experience a full 3D word with up and down instead of having to walk on the ground, can breathe and drink at the same time (saves energy and time). Being a fish sounds awesome.
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This is Humbert. I found him in an old box. Say something nice about him.
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In a closed jungle where everybody’s guilty, the only crime is not getting free food from white rapidly aged white women. In a world of marsupials, the only final sin is eating from trash can.”
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does anyone have the pic some schizo made about white fur being a sign of submission/being a cuck? i laughed my ass off at it and i really want to read it again
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Owl General
A /comfy/ thread where we post /comfy/ pics of cute owls
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Bird thread
Post birds, appreciate birds
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How do i acquire a maine coon without shelling out 3k? All the rescue pages are fake maine coons
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Small dogs
Why do they a worse reputation than big ones?
Small dogs dont attack or kill other pets and children.
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do meerkats make a good pet?
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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:

Stocking and Water Change Calculator:

Articles and Care Guides:

Aquatic Plant Database:

Official Discord Server:

Previous thread: >>3644816
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POV: you're a "lick here to make pongos go extinct" button
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Am I a fool for believing that man and ape will thrive together?

The progression of apes to organised agriculture, culture and society is inevitable. It is my greatest regret that I will not live to see it.

I think we can be friends.
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The most based animal in the ocean just got a little more based...
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Cat diarrhea
>be me
>have cat
>notice he has diarrhea last friday
>think nothing of it (he gets it sometimes, usually goes away)
>sleeps entire last saturday day, and during the night, gets frequent diarrhea every couple of hours
>parents feed him, say he doesn't eat sunday morning
>pukes a couple of times
>goes to sleep
>we feed him like normal, but I am concerned
>gets diarrhea during the night, throughout monday, tuesday
>hate seeing it
>decide to feed him boiled chicken (tuesday night, wednesday all day)
>diarrhea seems to stop for entire day (he used his litterbox a couple of times- first time looked like vienna sausages in shit and second time was diarrhea)
>mom decides to feed him regular food (thursday, friday, and today)
>shits out a huge snake turd friday morning (solid, not runny)
>think his stomach issues are solved
>fast forward to this morning (saturday)
>diarrhea seems to start up again

Has anyone else experienced something like this? Apart from going to the vet (which I plan on doing if this doesn't resolve) what can I do? I'm gonna give him boiled chicken for every meal and see what happens there. I'm honestly a little concerned.
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Reminder that cats are responsible for 13% of all small mammal and bird extinction on planet earth.
Cats kill around 20 BILLION small mammals and birds in the USA every single YEAR.
To put that into context,
the deep-water horizon spill killed one million birds total.
Cats kill far more than even 1000x that every single year,
in the USA alone!
Counties such as Australia have had to take extreme measures against cats,
as they have pushed several species of lizards,
small mammals,
and birds to extinction.
The massive decline in bird populations in countries that have high cat ownership has also impacted the number of plants,
mainly trees,
that grow.
This effects not only the air quality but makes it more difficult for insects like bees to survive and pollinate plants!

Did you know most cats carry a parasite called t. Gondii?
Toxoplasmosis and the parasites that come with it are estimated to be present in around half of the UK population!
The vast majority of cat owners literally catch brain worms from their pets!
These worms have been proven to change behavior in mice,
and studies showed they did the same with human beings until cat owners forced the government to shut the research down!
Imagine defending an animal that gives you mind altering brain worms!
Almost like there's something in their heads influencing them to defend the ownership of cats!

Cats have half the number of neurons in their brains than dogs.
This suggests they are half as intelligent.
So much more 'muh independence! Turns out they don't learn skills,
because they are just fucking dumb!
Probably incapable of love too!
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The duality of man
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The best name for a horse was the racehorse named Potoooooooo. The story goes that Willoughby Bertie, 4th Earl of Abingdon intended to name the horse Potato, but his stable boy misunderstood the request and wrote it as Potoooooooo. The spelling amused the Earl so much that he decided to keep it.
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>have sudden sneezing fit on the cat
>she's been purring since
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lets go for a swim
>come on bro, get in the pool, the water's great
what would you do?
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>In August the shattered 16th Regiment was relieved. They were sent to Alsace for rest and it was at this time that Hitler suffered two grievous losses. A railroad official, captivated by the antics of Fuchsl, offered Hitler two hundred marks for the terrier. “You could give me two hundred thousand, and you wouldn’t get him!” was Hitler’s indignant reply. But as the troops were disembarking, Hitler couldn’t find Fuchsl. His column was already on the move and he had to follow. “I was desperate. The swine who stole my dog doesn’t realize what he did to me.” At about the same time another “swine” rifled his knapsack and made off with a leather case containing sketches, drawings and water colors. Insulted and injured—first by a civilian slacker and then by one of the new breed of cowardly recruits (no front-line soldier would rob a comrade)—he put aside his paints.
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What do you guys think of puma Messi and cheetah gerda
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Post your favorite flower and why you like it
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Sad cat
I need your help /an/, my very important sad cat folder got lost and I would like to rebuild it. Sad cat take one and leave one thread
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Are there any cute rodents that live longer than a year or two? I wanted to get a pet rat but they only live for 2 years.
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Training New Parrotlet, breaking obsessions?
So I just got a new baby (10 weeks) Pacific Parrotlet from a local breeder. I read that for one hour a day to use open palms to teach him to "Step Up", and to let him focus on eating the rest of the day.

Funny thing is, in only 3 days, hes become fixated on the back of my couch that is up against the wall. He is content to sit near me and preen himself there. It has got to the point where if I am within 10 feet of the couch he will attempt to flutter over there from my hands. When I put him on the ground he attempts to climb back up.

Just today he began becoming a bit aggressive when I try to get him to step up from the back of the couch, to the point where he is actually biting me fairly hard now. I tested this by taking him into another room and once the couch was out of view he became docile with me once more. I am aware parrotlets are a fairly aggressive species, he seems to tolerate me fairly well, if not just slightly apprehensive. It is just odd he is fixated on perching on my couch.

Are there any Parrot fags who own a fairly aggressive species that could give me some advice on this particular situation? Is there any way to break this "Couch Aggression?" I like being able to sit and watch TV and there are less places for him to crawl under and get stuck in the living room.
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Why are they so based? they're like the best primates in the world besides humans
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Cat poops STRING
I think my 5 months old male cat ate a long piece of dried hay. as long as my arm probably.
He started pooping and it was sticking out of his ass
i pulled gently and it was going but then there was resistance and he meowed.

I cut most of the visible string and gave him a little vaseline to lick.

what the fuck do i do now? Its 12:30 AM no vet even works.

Whats the chance the hay string gets pooped?
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What do you think about performing surgeries on animals? When do you think it should be put to sleep or when should be the dog/cat continue receiving treatment? Which are your standards on this?
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Are cattle expensive pets? How do you care for them? I took my nephew to a petting zoo and the little moos were the cutest shit ever
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Looking after my cousin's dog for a month or two. Having problems. He won't obey my commands and growls at me if i keep telling Him to do the same thing

This past few days He's started jumping up on the couch and humping me. Growls if i try to push Him off

What do Anon?
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Beets me!
Trying to grow beets from scrap.

>I know im not magically growing the root

>im growing the greens to try and harvest seeds

Some of the sprouts are growing in pic related

My question is should I cut majority of the root and just leave a portion of top before potting, or just leave the whole root intact?

Honestly...(read subject line)
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*destroys your native animals*
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/aq/ - Aquarium General - Rineloricaria edition
Red Lizard Catfish, Rineloricaria sp
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

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I’ve propagated a lot of sedums before but these succulents aren’t responding so well. Any advice?
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>tears up your furniture
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Justice for Joe!
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