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

They're doing it
they're fucking bringing them back LET'S FUCKING GO
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What is /an/'s opinion on Woodlice?
Regularly find them under plantpots, collections of leaves, clumps of foilage and other things. I like them.

What is your opinion on Woodlice?
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kinda sorta wish frogs would go extinct
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let's search for "mouse" on utub :D
>10 mice for cats to watch
>electrified mouse trap
>feeding pinkie to snake
>mouse begging for its life
>forest mice catch and cook
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/aq/ - Aquarium General
Previous >>4242708

The other thread was on page 10 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:

Stocking and Water Change Calculator:

Articles and Care Guides:

Aquatic Plant Database:

Saltwater shit:
>brs 5 minute guides
> [Embed] [Embed]
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Horse General
Snootful of the old Horse Charm Edition
>4205103 - Previous Thread
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>International Tiger Day is today
>Chinese Year of the Tiger
>0 tiger threads
let's fix that, post some badass tigers
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potoo post
/an/ webm
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>not renewable
>still more ecofriendly than wind and solar
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i need some good /an/ documentaries and non fiction books. any reccs?
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Is this tree beyond saving?
Am not proud, but I broke these trees last night. Real kind of a fit of rage. Broke my father's heart too. He cried. He had cared for those trees for years and so have I. Ive apologized but he wont talk to me and says to go away. I understand.
>do you guys think these trees will survive?
Picrel is a plum
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Alternative to the "Out of Africa" Theory of Hominid Evolution
So I enjoy discussing hominid evolution with people because it's something I think about quite a lot and it fascinates me that people were once wild animals. Whenever I try discussing things with my brother, however, he continually mentions that the "Out of Africa" theory has long been debunked by anthropologists. However, when I ask him to link me an article or research to read, he just tells me to google it and it's everywhere, but I can't find anything that actually suggests the "Out of Africa" theory is bogus. My understanding of human evolution is
>hominids evolve in a specific region in Africa
>eventually, common ancestor of homo sapiens and Neanderthals/Denisovans migrates out of Africa and into Eurasia, with some remaining in Africa
>homo sapiens evolves in Africa and replaces previous hominid populations
>homo sapiens migrates out of Africa, where some breed with Neanderthal populations already existing in Eurasia
This still makes a lot of sense to me, but I don't want to continue to believe some outdated theory if there is proof it is untrue. My brother insists that the existence of primates in every part of the world means that hominids did not evolve in Africa, but this sounds retarded to me. Any anons know what research/article he is referencing or what alternative theories exist?
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Something I've learned is if you leave them alone, they'll do the same.

What are your thoughts on these scumbags?
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>there are people on this very board that feed animals kibble
What’s it like abusing animals?
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/herp/ - reptile & amphibian general
>heckin cute chonker edition
This thread is dedicated to all animals of the reptilia and amphibia classes. 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
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Autism in Animals?
Can it actually be the case to have an autistic dog? My mom got a dog during lockdown and she really loves him - we can't tell though if lockdown fucked him up or he's just really hyper. Is this a thing?
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Feeder Rats
God feeder rats are retarded god damn.
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/an/ careers
Any marine biologists, zoologists or botanists here? I want to know more about your careers and what exactly you do for money. Same with how much it pays. I'm 26 years old and wasted 7 years of my life studying something that I ended up violently despising.
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What does /an/ think of Peter Caine and Peter Caine Dog Training?
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Would you burn/fumigate a beehive if it would potentially piss off someone you dislike?
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domesticated fox
What shall we domesticate next?
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Ivy Dying
I have a potted plant which I think is ivy. One of the vines is yellow and withered toward the middle, and all of the leaves near that portion are dying or dead, but it has a large number of leaves which are still green near the end of the vine, and the base of the vine is also still kind of green.

Why is this happening? Is this entire vine going to die? Should I cut the end off and repot it? I usually water it once a week and it's been alive and growing for at least 8 years. Leaves periodically die and fall off while it grows, and sometimes an entire section will die, but I've never had an entire vine die starting from the middle like this.

Pic related, it looks similar to this.
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I'm so sad this isn't a real animal
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What a poor excuse of a foot are those? Absolutely embarrassing.
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Dogs with Kots
I'm thinking of getting a Basenji since my wife really wants a dog. I am a cat person and having a cat down the road is non-negotiable.
We're thinking about a Basenji because it doesn't bark, it doesn't have that bad separation anxiety (based) and it doesn't smell (based).
My only 2 worries are: high energy (I'm lazy hence I like kots) and that they have a hunter instinct. AKA I don't want it to kill the cat when I get one.

Have any of you had experience with this combo? I mean Basenji + cat.

I would love a Russian Blue cat, but we want kids so I'm not sure if that's the best breed for this. Give me the qrd please.
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Border collie
Literally why the fuck would you own any other breed?
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Euthanizing my first cuban tree frog. Feels kinda shitty ending a creature's life but apparently these frogs are destroying the eco system and are highly invasive.

How do I feel less bad and what do you do to eliminate invasive species?
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>we know next to nothing about the morphology of this extinct animal but it probably swam extremely fast, much faster than any living relative
Why are they like this?
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>Come home after long day.
>"Time for your night walk."
>Take dog to the same spots every time.
>Dog hasn't shat in 2 days, but has been eating like a pig.
>Stops at 3 different spots to take a shit.
>Get back home, dog hasn't shat in 3 days now.
What the fuck is wrong with this thing? I know she's not constipated, there's nothing she could've eaten that makes her constipated, and she does it all the time, she chooses to do it, all the fucking time just sniffing and sniffing and sniffing, and getting into position to shit, then suddenly regrets it. Jesus fucking christ I know you want to shit, there's no way it feels comfortable holding it in for so long, what's the point of waiting another day?? You go to the same damn spots again and again, you'll be forced to just shit eventually, so why torture yourself? Holy shit I love my dog but this is the most annoying thing she does.
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ninja pawrrior uwu
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/bun/ General
/Bun/ general

Outside adventure edition

Feel free to post any bunny related content, photos, stories, or questions.
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My puppy is at what I consider an ideal size dog but according to her breed she's probably going to gain another couple dozen pounds. Is there anything I can do to stunt her growth and keep her at her current weight and height? I mean without starving her or anything cruel.
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The Cincinnati zoo has a new baby hippo. Have you suggested a name yet? They have a page on their website to do so. Best idea on /pol/ was "Hippler".
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What are the most unsettling abominations of nature?
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Ayo what the fuck????
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Why are Aves a distinct class instead of a clade within Reptilia?
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ITT: based animals
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Experts familiar with OP's thinking say that this is the Borzoi thread and that's a good thing. Here's why
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What the FUCK.
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pee pee
When did you realize that individually killing invasive species is useless and only allows psychopaths to murder animals under the guise of helping the environment?
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>animal video puts subtitles over the animals to pretend they're talking
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How come wolves know better than to fuck with a porcupine, but my stupid fuckin dog keeps falling for it over and over?
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What happens if I give my dog weed edibles?
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>Bulldog-Type Mastiffs Edition
>No Pit Bulls/Bull-Type Terriers
Why do pitniggers want to be us?
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>These 2 breeds were always known as the most dangerous
>Pitbulls in recent years made these 2 look like puppies
How'd did this happen?
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download (42)
>dog asks me to scratch her belly
>I start scratching her belly
>when I stop scratching her belly, she motions with her paws for me to keep doing it
>I go back to scratching her belly

Are we slaves to our pets?
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wooly mammoth
Why didn't Africans genocide all their megafauna like Eurasians and Americans did?
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What is going on with my cats eye?
Her eye is closed and it's been leaking like a brown discharge from her tear ducts
It's also kind of red around the rim of her eyelids while her other eye is a normal white fur color
Is she ok?
The brown stuff on her nose is from the stuff coming from her eye
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Spider thread.
Post spiders, appreciate spiders, and discuss about spiders.
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Bird thread
Lewis's Woodpecker
Post birds, appreciate birds
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Did I do the right thing killing a mauled hedgehog
I'm going to give you a greentext summary so it gets straight to the point, not trying to treat this as levitous
tldr i put a hedgehog out of its misery, or thought i did, was it the best i could do in that circumstance?
>middle of night
>strange sounds outside, I assume criminals or something
>look outside, woman with large muscly dog
>she sees me and immediately drags the dog behind the corner
>unlock doors to go see since she may have a problem with the dog
>left a mauled hedgehog in the street
>i check if it's dead or not, it makes very spaced out sharp gasps and squeals a little
>clearly punctured, there's blood in the grass
>i immediately think I need to put it out of its misery
>get axe, come back, hope it expire, it suddenly squeals and gasps again
>can't do it with axe
>beat it to death real hard with a spade instead
only after did i think i could have just left it, it may have been fine. i live in a rural area in a backwards country, there's no way there's a vet available this late to have come for a hedgehog
i'm not sure i did the right thing online it says that dog attacks on hedgehogs require immediate attention, but it was unlikely to survive right
i'm shocked my first instinct was to put it out of its misery kill it, rather than try to help it
in any case i can't take it back now, but i'm thinking i murdered the poor thing now
i'm not really an animal person, tell me if i did the right or wrong thing here
i'm getting drunk so i'll be here
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/plant/ - Maranta 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


>Previous Thread
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Anyone here wish they had animals?
Sometimes I like to pretend to have a farm so I can fit in here and a few other places and help people out with animal questions, but all I have are my animal books and old Nova documentaries.
I cant afford to buy a farm yet so in the meantime I've made up a pretend dream farm.
I have about 12 dairy goats that I raise and sell, some guineas to keep away predators with their incessant screeching and keeping the garden clean of bugs, chickens for meat and eggs, two cats to eat mice and pet, and a few honey bee supers that I keep by a shade tree so they don't toast in the summer. I would like to better establish an ecosystem here and work hogs into the picture, but I haven't read much on them yet and not so sure how much I would need to grow to keep them fed till slaughter.
It doesn't make much money and takes a lot of work to keep up since affording the feed would be too much, so I range them or grow the food that's needed. Its hard work, but its living life compared to wasting in my apartment.
Anyone else?
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so this was how the t rex looked like!
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vulture thread
post vultures
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Corvid thread
Post ravens rooks crows
Others also welcome
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What's the source on the video of this monkey?
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Why are squirrels beloved but rats despised?
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What does it need the teeth for?
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post animals wearing glasses
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/rat/ general
>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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cool dog
Only COOL animals
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is your favourite animal well-represented in vidya?
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Just saw a ROUND AF pigeon
Like holy fucking shit dude, this creature was SO FUCKING SPHERICAL AND CIRCULAR it was unreal, even now I am still just freaking astounded by the feathery globe I had laid my eyes upon, incredibly fucking orbular, UN FUCKING REAL. Have any of you guys seen other round af creatures?
>pic of a durango pursuit console is unrelated
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Goats and sheep
Me to you when you let the goat thread die!!

Post Caprinae at once!!
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The global insect population rapidly declined in the 2000s by 90% and nothing has been done about it.

Anyone else have fond memories of how it used to be?
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R (8)
Why do people hate Tiktaalik so much? They are fucking miracles of nature and don't deserve to be treated the way they do, I'm sick of all you fuckers trashing them. They have accomplished more than you ever will and are the pinnacle of evolution and nature as a whole, so fuck off with blaming us for your dumb ass problems. They are amazing creatures and deserve to be recognized as such.
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important thread
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getting a border collie this weekend, any advice for me and what extras bar a bed and cage should i buy?
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just a normal leopard gecko
What will the reptile breeding scene look like by 2030? Will we live to see toadline levels of manmade horror?
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Could these guys (Trombidium grandissimum) be popular pet arachnids if widely distributed?
Pseudoscorpions get some attention, but what about Giant Velvet Mites? I think they look cute and would make for a decent pet arachnid.
>Fluffy, fat and spider-like, a lot of people like these things in pet invertebrates.
>They dont bite or harm humans, can be handled.
>Beneficial to the ecosystem, the adults kills pests like their cousins the spiderbros.
>Keeping a small insect/isopod colony with them could be used for breeding these Mites
If Pajeets actually shipped these guys to the U.S, I would consider buying one, Trombidiidae Mites are underrated arachnids, they get a bad rep because they are in the same category as Ticks and other parasitic/fur mites, even though its proven they are not that closely related. Those fucking CHIGGERS are the only exception tho.
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/SpecGen/. Speculative Evolution General. Cnidolium simplistica Edition.
Cnidolium simplistica
Sorry for accidentally posting on /int/. In this general, we discuss Speculative Evolution Projects. My project for instance is the Kuiper II Project.
>Kuiperozoa has extreme sexual dimorphism, exoskeleton, orange Scandium-based blood and liquevorous diet.
>Kuiperoflora have black sap and generally somewhat resemble a cross between Bladderwrack and Willow depending on the species and type.
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>kills more people than all other dogs combined
>the typical dog breed has 0 fatalities attributed to it
>these things manage 30+ a year in the US alone
How do they do it, and why haven't we started breeding them for even more aggression and airdropping them on our enemies?
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Wasp encounters.
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Working at a shitty trailer park today I opened a telephone riser to mark a buried telephone line and got stung 2-3 times by what looked like a paper wasp (work in central FL). I have been stung by wasps before and this is definitely the worst one. Picrel is my right hand after 6 hours. 2nd pic is my left hand. Will been fine tomorrow just surprised how long it is lasting.

Anyone else have bad wasp stings?
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If the US banned dog ownership and somehow walled off all dogs from metropolitan areas, towns and other various human dwellings, which breeds do you think would be the most succesful?
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As far as any living creature goes, barnacles definitely ask the most for you to torture them. Their mere life illegally crosses the border between animal, vegetable, and mineral. Objects covered in barnacles will resemble an enormous piece of feces, a pile of vomit, or maybe the world's ugliest rock. Together they make anything appear to have dozens of superfluous beaks. Many more beautiful and intelligent species end up as the growing beds for barnacles, and tend to appreciate having those pieces of trash pried off of their bodies. Barnacles are the planet's worst venereal disease. A barnacle can not be described as a sitting duck, anything that sits is far beyond the intellectual capacity of these ugly lumps. Their capacity to resist the rightful cruelty of all Adam's subjects is completely dependent on their concrete exterior. Other species cover themselves in shell, or wood, even chitin, but barnacles are a contagious form of brutalist architecture. Even coral has the common sense to color itself like a children's cereal. It would not be meaningfully unethical to forcefully disassemble that hideous meat geode for the longest time period possible, a creature's capacity for suffering is proportionate to the complexity of its life, and how can you believe that a barnacle has any more complexity to the span of its existence than the millions of lobsters that are boiled every year, or even the insects which we casually incinerate?
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Hey /an/ wondering if anyone remembers of those wierd chinese livestream/restreamed sites of chinese dudes gambling of wierd insect fights. I've remembered it years ago wondering if anyone has links again since I cant find the sites anymore.
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Can ants interbreed?
Ants have been around during lot of time and on every corner of the world soo lets say can a drone of common black ant breed with a queen of carpenter ants?
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>I recall having read of an Englishman who, while hunting in India, had shot a monkey; he could not forget the look which the dying animal gave him, and since then had never again fired at monkeys.
>Similarly, William Harris, a true Nimrod, in 1836 and 1837 traveled far into the interior of Africa merely to enjoy the pleasure of hunting. In his book he describes how he shot his first elephant, a female. The next morning he went to look for the dead animal; all the other elephants had fled from the neighborhood except a young one, who had spent the night with its dead mother. Seeing the huntsmen, it forgot all fear, and came to meet them, with the clearest and most lively signs of inconsolable grief, and put its tiny trunk about them, as if to beg for help. "Then," says Harris, "I was filled with real remorse for what I had done, and felt as if I had committed a murder."
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How can I go about extracting the irritant from poison Ivy? I want to build up a tolerance for it.
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Why do normies think it's acceptable to have their cats running around on other people's property? If you think cats belong outdoor, why the fuck keep it as a pet in the first place?
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/aq/ - Aquarium General
Dangerously Understocked Edition

Previous >>4251863

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:

Saltwater shit:
>brs 5 minute guides
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My Amano Eggs have hatched!

Bad news is that it’s a freshwater tank so they’re done for and also my fish immediately ate these things up. ROE v. WADE IS STILL IN EFFECT IN MY FISHTANK.
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How did animals survive Chicxulub
How did specifically all nonavian dinosaurs and pterosaurs die but not turtles and crocodiles and birds? Only explanation I can find is living in swamps but how did no dinosaurs survive in swamps? Even a small dinosaur? It just doesn't make sense. In the NOVA they just did about this, they said the impact forced water out of the crust and boiling water rushed into all kinds of places in North America in less than 10 minutes.

And pterosaurs all dying but birds living makes even less sense, they weren't in water, they all flew in the same air and ate the same fish.

A lot of our ancestor mammals they said lived in burrows and just hibernated until the surface was manageable, which could make sense, but means you have to discount every single small dinosaur living in a burrow at the end of the Cretaceous.

I've paid attention to Dinosaur Theory since I was a child and haven't ever heard this all make sense
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Does /an/ like voids?
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Do you agree or disagree?
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Platypus thread
every day until you want a platypus
I'm going to post a platypus every day until all of /an/ wants a puggle to snuggle.

Old thread hit image limit>>>4071368
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wtf is this real?!
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Is this what schizos feed their pets?
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Are house cockroaches really dangerous or is it a corporate scam to sell bug killers?
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Frogs: 2.0
post more frogs now!!
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If one day humans disappear: How much time would it be needed for dogs to physically go back to a feral state?

Two to three weeks after huracan Katrina when people came back to the cities, house dogs that were left behind return to a more semiferal behaviour so this mental state could be reached not in decades but years, months even.
But what about in their appearance?
How much would it take for their appearance to significantly change?
What's the closest looking "breed" that exists right now to this hypotetical wild dog? (If any)

Specially considering only FEW breeds could survive without humans (no pugs, chihuahuas, etc)
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What are you doing, steppe eagle?
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I've never seen this kind of roach before. It's a good flier found it in the woods. Anyone know the species? I assume oriental subspecies with wings
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gamer doggo
do you play videogames with you're dog?
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im doing 24 hours community service at the humane society.
what am i in for bros
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images - 2022-08-09T175632.093
>Why did they cucked in the evolutionary race?
>What conditions would've been necesary for them to become the dominating creatures instead of the placentals?
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Cassowary thread
Would you go on a picnic with a cassowary?
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Im going crazy
Stefanie Cohen
>Be me outdoorsman who loves nature
>Decide I will be an Agricultural Economics major at a top State school
>In agronomy lecture
>Prof talking about carbon credits
>"Sequestered Carbon allows for greater yields."
>Realize carbon is good
>Realize CO2 is CO2 to plants and they cant tell if its from a mammal or car
>Ask "What about carbon in the air"
>"Same effect"
>wut its still bad for hot areas right?
>Read about "effects of Carbon on deserts"
>Ohmygod its reforesting them
>Trees reduce heat
Is air pollution cooling deserts and increasing crop yields? Am I becoming a climate change denier?
Guys am I missing something
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>Capybara Thread
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Do all dogs have separation anxiety and can it be dealt with?
Single guy here. Looking at getting a puppy and the two that caught my eye and set up play dates with are an Aussiedoodle and King Charles Spaniel. I'll be working tho so they'd be alone for awhile after growing out of the puppy phase. Staying at my mom's for most of that span. I read those type can get more anxious tho when alone since they're smart and grow a strong bond with owners. But I'd imagine all dogs aren't into that too much.

I already looked up ways I could train them for that day, but would still like advice. One tip I liked was to walk them before work so they're more likely to sleep most of the day when gone.
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Hate this lil’ nigga like you wouldn’t believe
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Penguins are cool. Look at em slip and slide on the ice like that.
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Do you ever wonder if Life was a mistake?
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Bug identification request. I live in North Texas and it rained really heavily last night. Never seen this guy before. We have robber flies but they don't have these long antennae. This insect has large dragonfly-like wings, but they rest on the ground and the abdomen rests upwards.
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i'm finally going to the zoo this friday, i was holding off because of the heat waves + all the birds were off-exhibit because of an avian flu breakout nearby
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I present to you the elephantroid
a piece of speculative evolution I made for the "born again earth" Venus predicted by Alexander Abian (I know his theories are wrong but its specevo) since this "born again earth" will be hotter i predict that there would be nothing with thick fur so if there was to be an, at least somewhat, intelligent species then i predict it would be the elephant as elephants on earth can be seen using tools (i.e throwing rocks). As such they are still elephants so can only reach a societal peak of the bronze age however the iron age is possible.
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Now that the dust has settled, what was he trying to do?
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What creature was in his hand b4 the apufication
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>have 20 gal aquarium since a kid
>no filter, no airstone
>has not been cleaned in 13 years
>one water change two years ago
>glass never cleaned
Aquarium hobby is full of people with shit understanding of the hobby. Just look at youtube with retards keeping 300 gal tanks with dozens of filters and nothing in the tanks but fish and water, yet they somehow feel they have the right to tell people how its done.

Heres my quick guide for actual aquarium keeping:
1. Get some fish, to convert food you throw in to pee, get airbreathers if you can or tetras
2. Get some plants to convert pee to oxygen and be food when you arent there
3. Get some shrimp/thai crabs/ or mini lobster to keep algae down and eat dead fish so you dont have to scoop them out
4. Get limpet snails to squeegee your glass so you can see into the tank, also they rub algae off your plants
5. Get freshwater clams to filter water, one 2'' filters 2l per day and one pass is 80% clean

You will never have to clean or aerate your tank or even think about it except once or twice a week for feeding.
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I got the /an/ autism pill.
I was tired and bored of not being able to draw a fucking background for my anime characters to walk while on forest.

So I start to watch plant anatomy, which made me watch plant taxonomy, which eventually made me to spend 2 weeks just trying to learn biology taxonomy from plantae, fungi, animal, and protist kingdom.

And right now I don't even have a clue if I even remember all that shit.

I only have a weird desire to start copy pasting living beings species into my games for no particular reason as to just put a random mice or a random fungi inside a pot in a random level.
And keep doing like funny easter eggs with random small arthropods in some small corner the player will clearly eventually ignore.

And I had like fun imagineing doing something like a small kiwi walking around a small corner hiding with some australian ferns.

Because fuck you, now I got the /an/ autism gamedev pill.
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anyone have any idea what kind of dog this is? she came up to my door barking and acting starving. i fed her then tried to find anyone looking for her. after no luck i brought her inside now i guess i have a third dog. i would guess from her teeth she's probably around 6 months old. i was thinking she might be a fox hound.
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Toxoplasma makes people sexually attractive
In both sexes, facial symmetry improves. In men, testosterone levels increase, they become braver and more prone to conservative views on life. Women lose weight and increase self-esteem, and become more outspoken and sincere.
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real goblin discovered
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tasmanian devil bored
/an/ webm
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Skip therapy
Trust just get a tonkinese cat. Most chill and friendly breeds ever istg
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Bird thread
Post birds, appreciate birds
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What is this horrible creature poking the wood?
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travis did nothing wrong
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how cool would these little niggers be if they were dog sized?
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Found the frog party this weekend
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