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

/kot/ Cat general
Kunst edition

>Food &Nutrition
>Outside Enrichment
>Behavioral problems
>Kitten care
>Cat Food Database:

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>birds are reptiles
>snakes are lizards
>termites are cockroaches
>insects are crustaceans
>mammals are synapsids
>cetaceans are even-toed ungulates
>butterflies are moths
>ants are wasps
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/dog/ - dog general
/dog/ clothing, for work and play:
These harnesses are crash tested, but are too restrictive for exercise:

/dog/ approved training:
/dog/ disapproved training (AVOID!): zak george, joel beckman

Don't hurt your dog, retard:
A Punished Dog Is an Aggressive Dog - Stanley Coren PhD., DSc, FRSC, Psychology Today August 6, 2015
Stanley Coren PhD., DSc, FRSC, Effectiveness of Rewards and Punishments in Dog Training

/dog/ breath freshening:

Get the facts about the raw feeding myth:
Quality dog food reviews here:
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/bun/ - bunny general
The Emperor of Beasts edition

previous: >>4801361

short disclaimer: posts about eating/harming buns are not welcome, kindly take it elsewhere! this thread is for rabbit owners and lovers to enjoy, please don't derail with off topic posts or negativity.

general rabbit care resources:

bunny youtube channels:
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"It's not the dog, it's the owner!"

Give that same owner a gerbil and let's see if it bites a baby's face off
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Sizing a Dogs Usefulness
At what size does a dog become "useful"? Like in the way of packing, for protection and defense, intelligence? What breeds would you say are the best all around dogs? Not too big, not too small to do anything but bark.

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/moo/ - cowe general

talk about god's gift to the universe
post cows, pet cows, feed cows, love cows, worship cows sirs, play with cows, take care of cows.
how is Tuna doing?
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If we had the power to do so, should we bring back extinct animals? Not dinosaurs, but things like the barbary lion, wooly mammoth, black rhino. Would it be irresponsible to bring back extinct animals and integrate them into the ecosystem, or is it our responsibility to bring back animals that are only extinct because of human actions?
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These nasty colonizers exterminated them for food .

The quagga is an extinct subspecies of the plains zebra that was endemic to South Africa until it was hunted to extinction in the late 19th century.

It was long thought to be a distinct species, but early genetic studies have supported it being a subspecies of plains zebra.

Europains settlers in southern Africa hunted quaggas in large numbers during the 1800s.

Quaggas were killed for their meat and hides and because they ate grass that the settlers wanted to save for their own herds of sheep and goats.

The last free-roaming quagga was gone from what is now the Free State, in South Africa, by the late 1870s.

The very last quagga died in a zoo in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in 1883.
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I wish there were more giant birds living, bros. Both predatory carnivores and enormous herbivorous birds. Ostriches only max out at 300-400 pounds and there are no giant terror bird like animals. Mammal dominance is so boring. I would have loved to see how giant predatory flightless birds hunt. Birds have great endurance and greater visual acuity compared to mammals so probably ran after their medium sized prey then kicked and pecked it to death. There's no evidence for group hunting for any of the terror birds despite how smart birds are which is weird.
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May Marmalade kissing pussy
Why are cat owners like this
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/aqg/ Aquarium General
images - 2024-06-11T144230.665
Perfectly planted edition.

Discuss anything aquarium related here, including tanks, bowls, inhabitants, bettas, logs, decor, plants, 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)
>Unusual Parameters (nitrate, pH, GH, KH)
>Any inhabitants + how long you've had them
>Age of the tank
>Pictures are always helpful

Tank Cycling:

Stocking and Water Change Calculator:

Articles and Care Guides:

Aquatic Plant Database:

Previous thread: >>4809027 # # # # # # #
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/fox/ - Fox General
Elegant Creature Edition
As usual, post and discuss foxes.

>filter all tripcode users
>report all potential fetish content
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What was God thinking?
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I saw two pigeons mating today. (not the ones in the pic, they were darker)
For years, I've seen pigeons trying to make advances on females, but this is the first time I've seen one succeed.
so that's pretty neat
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/se/ - Speculative Evolution General
For the Matriarch edition

Previous Thread >>4768810

Speculative evolution is the exploration and imagining of how life might evolve in the future or could have evolved in alternate pasts. It's a multimedia sci-fi genre that harnesses scientific principles to create detailed and plausible hypothetical creatures, ecosystems, and evolutionary histories.

>One-stop shop for relevant background information for starting a project
>Fantastic blog covering all sorts of spec evo topics in-depth
>The Speculative Evolution forums, full of resources and ongoing projects

>Link to a PDF of Wayne Barlowe’s “Expedition”, a seminal work of speculative evolution full of incredible paintings and illustrations [Embed]
>”The Future is Wild”, a CGI documentary following the evolution of life on Earth in the far future
>Dougal Dixon, arguably the father of speculative evolution. These are links to PDF’s of his books “After Man”, “The New Dinosaurs”, and “Man After Man” [Embed]
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For me it's the softshell turtle.
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Become a vegetarian
Become a vegetarian anon. Animals are our friends not food.
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pink dolfin
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What is the most insane animal vs animal matchup that has actually happened?
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motherFUCK pigeons
How do I get rid of these winged rat cocksuckers?

There's one dumbass offspring stuck up on the roof that keeps crying half of the day (it got stuck inside the wire fence and evidently can't get out, nor can I find the little fucker)

Any poisons I can leave up to get it to eat and die?
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I just think they are neat
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I'm about to invest in a DIY "anti-climbing" fence to help keep predators away from my chickens. I'm also burying chicken wire to minimize digging possibilities.

I know cats, gray foxes, and coyotes won't be able to climb this when it's arched in this way. But what about raccoons and possums? They're able to climb upside down, so they can get over this, right?
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Diabetes Rex.
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Aww he's smiling =)
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>Be me

>Adopt a cat

>Buy breakaway collar since that's what's supposed to be what's best for it.

>Learns to use chin and jaw to break the collar off

>Buy belt-buckle style collar

>2 Years Later

>Adopt Second Cat

>Buy breakaway yet again, since no way it could happen twice, right?

>Older cat teaches new one how to break it?

What cats did I get?
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/an/ bros?!
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My friend caught a couple wild Arctic Greylings to keep as pets. The problem is that the little niggers refuse to eat. First we tried mealworm & catfish pellets, but they wouldn't go for it. I tried some bacon and roast beef but they won't eat that either. I tried foraging for bugs, but can't find any. What do I feed them and how?
No I will not release them.
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/an/ music
Post some songs about animals.

I've listened to these two songs about every week for the past year because they remind me of my cat that died in December.
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Who would win ?
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I've been putting out peanuts for the birds ever since winter and got a big amount of these tits to eat all day.
Now during summer as the babies are able to be independant, I notice that they quickly move their wings and chirp whenever they find the food. I thought it was to tell others to fuck off, but they still do it when alone.
Is it a sign of happiness? It reminds me of chicks when they are fed and just spaz out.
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Is it good to kiss cats, and do they like it?
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/herp/ - Reptile and Amphibian General
Gonocephalus doriae abbotti
Anglehead Lizard Edition

previous: >>4781474

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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I found this flower growing behind my garden. Do you know what it is called?

It's called naked broomrape.

That's a pretty funny name.
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o-oh my....
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>dog mommy/dog parent
>"I prefer dogs to humans
>making instagram accounts for your dog
>jumping in boiling geysers to save dog
>bringing dog in every public establishment you go to
>people essentially making out with dog by allowing doggy kisses
>anthropomorphizing their dogs
Why are so many dog owners such entitled and cringy faggots? I don't know how it is in other countries, but dog culture here in the US is cancer and has gotten out of hand, especially since the last decade
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What type of squirrel is this?
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Platypus thread
every day until you want a platypus 2
I'm going to post a platypus every day until all of /an/ wants a puggle to snuggle. Old thread hit image limit >>4684291
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Neuroethology of the Toad or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Worm
Gentlemen, it is time we discuss the neuroethology of common toads through their visual system; as studied by Prof. Dr. Jörg-Peter Ewert of the University of Kassel, Germany.

In the following videos you will be introduced to the fundamental predator-prey behaviors of the common toad, then you will learn about the underlying neural circuitry responsible for such behavior, and finally you will explore the nuance of the toads' neural networks and the effects of altering specific parts of the network.

In this first part of three, we will cover the toad's basic behavioral responses to prey features.

You may also visit for further reading and full publications on the experiments. Much of the website is in German, however there are a few pages written in English as well. Click the "Toad Video" tab for an annotated version of this study's video.
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Is it possible to teach people to treat animals with respect?
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Bug thread
Post bugs. Appreciate bugs.
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Army Ants Build Bridge to Invade Wasp Nest __ ViralHog 0-1 screenshot
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Why do lions fuck each other's tranimal holes?
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croc slide
"haha, look at him go!" thread
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/plant/ - Ugly 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

>Plants of the World Online

>Hardiness zones

>Plant ID Sites

>Pests and Diseases

>Thousands of Botanical Illustrations

>Cacti and Succulents

>Carnivorous plants

>Alpine plants


>How to Make a Terrarium

>Old Thread
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I'm gonna get one of those pennington aquagarden things to replace my shitty plastic birdbath since the bird feeder is crowded 24/7 by rabbits, finches, sparrows, doves, starlings, chipmunks, red winged blackbirds, cardinals, blue jays, and squirrels. I'm also gonna put some mosquitofish and a musk turtle in there too since I don't want my backyard to become blood sucker central and thoae guys are cold hardy and native to around here. Should I also make a giant wooden post and get one of those bat box thingies just in case?
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cat bar
>let outdoor cat out from my apartment one night
>doesn't return, very unusual
>post flyers everywhere, start checking shelters around the area (Seattle) since she is chipped (though not spayed.)
>have the most intense mental breakdown of my life after realizing that she was probably eaten by some coyote or run over by some POS driver
>2 months go by
>get call from shelter in fucking Idaho
>someone finally bothered to check her chip and realized I was her owner. Also they spayed her without my consent.
Apparently some yokel caught her in a squirrel trap and gave her to a shelter which immediately shipped her off in order to maximize her adoption potential. How the fuck can I prevent this from happening again? A better collar? A brand? I'm so sick of this.
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This chick just landed on my balcony somehow. He was noisy and jumping on the window. I put some water and seeds next to him, but he's just starring at me and not touching them. He's pretty small, what do I do?
Could he have overheated, it's afternoon here and pretty pretty warm.
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post order chiroptera
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What dog breeds can actually beat/kill a pitbull in a fight? As (rightfully) hated as they are, it’s no secret that pits are great fighters and could kill a lot of other dog breeds and even people, so what are the select few breeds capable of at least fending one off, preferably with as little damage to itself as possible?
It’s very important that I know this, no meme answers like Borzois please, substantiate your answer with evidence/sound reasoning.
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/a/ told me today was World Penguin Day. I didn't bother to look it up to see if it was true but let's just post pengers anyway.
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/an/ gaming
Megaquarium, Zoo Tycoon, Jurassic Park Operation Genesis, Jurassic World Evolution, Planet Zoo, and many many more, whatchu playing?

For me, I've been getting back into Megaquarium
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Have you ever been afraid of doing this to your animal companions?
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I love me some Dragonflies
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The Curious Case of Foxtail Fern
Sprenger's asparagus
Something unexpected happened with the Sprenger's asparagus I had recently purchased. One of its "branches" (circled in red) dried out, lost all of its leaves, and broke off. I believed the plant was dying, yet it sprouted new, larger growth (circled in blue) at the same time as the "dead branch." The plant appears healthy, if not better than previously. Did the plant purposefully cut off resources to kill one of its "branches" that was facing away from the sun in order to produce new branches that were directly exposed to sunlight? I doubt plants are so capable, but I'm not very knowledgeable about them. What could have truly happened?
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Am I stupid for feeling like people who boil lobsters alive are less human? I'm not saying eating anything is a problem, it's just how people go about doing it.

The thing in the image is called a crustastun and costs around $4k. It renders lobsters and other decapods unconscious in under half a second and kills them in under 5 which is much faster than a human in an electric chair. It's currently the only method I'm aware of for near instant killing of lobster. Because their brain which is made up of ganglia run through their whole body it's impossible to kill them immediately with a knife. I'm not saying people can justify having a crustastun in their home unless they eat lobster every week, but why the fuck is it normalized that people buy live lobsters at a grocery store, bring them home and then boil them alive sometimes for over a minute before they die, then feel good about themselves? How is it functionally any different from Chinese wet markets other than people feeling less emotionally attached to lobsters than chickens or cows (or dogs)?
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Had a mama bird take up residence in one of my shurbs. I know pretty much nothing Ornitholgy, other than it means the study of birds and it's pretty cool jazz club.

I'm politely asking is anyone to ID this little guy and if there is anything I can do to help out. I was thinking about dried bread crumbs or maybe getting a seed bell, but I'm smart enough to know im dumb enough to ask for help.

Any advice will be read, upvoted and vert much appreciated.

Southern California area, high desert, specifically Antelope Valley. So low scrub, brown most of the time but heavy rains bring a lot of flowers. The small tree itself is not native, about 6ft, very leafy and dense.
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How do you properly punish a cat for not walking on the leash?
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I don't think people give enough credit to bony fishes for how scary they can be. Nobody's denying that sharks are imposing as hell, but there's a certain visceral fear I get when I think about goliath groupers. The way they use their swim bladders to bark, the way they do mock charges while opening their gill flaps, their lightning fast gulp, it's all just so intimidating. Then there's the Kaluga which is basically the only sturgeon species that actively hunts fish instead of invertebrates and has been known to eat seals. Their giant bodies and peg-like teeth which are unique to them, their armor plated skin they use to ram things too large to bite, and the fact that they live in freshwater which makes them far more likely to run into humans than a shark. Anyone else get what I mean here?
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Stoned Ape hypothesis
How much truth is there in the claim that magic mushrooms unlock your brain? I need to know before I risk my life for it (where I reside, it is life imprisonment). I don't expect it to improve my intelligence or heal my despair, but is it a life-changing experience? Does it provide you a new perspective?
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Deer thread
Doeritos edition
What is your favorite species of deer?
Have you even seen a deer up close?
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Cormorants and Shags
New thread to replace the one that reached its post limit.

And which was still going surprisingly strong.

Let's keep showing that we care about them.
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to be honest one of the few good things about summer is the gulls
cant wait for them to return
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Senior Pets Care Thread
Bacteria, Good vs Bad
Hey guys. One of my brother's dogs (pit/lab mix) was checked at the Vet about a week ago because we noticed her eating habits were different recently (not immediately eating her breakfast and dinner, eating a lot of grass, etc.). Vet just did a Senior Panel and it showed her ALP & Lipase labs were a bit elevated. She told us to do a couple of things (like stop giving them Greenies and just brush their teeth by hand). One of the things she suggested was starting the older dog (at least) on Probiotics. She recommended Purina, but my brother hates Purina and Science-Diet ("Cheap Bullshit Brands").

Do any of y'all have Dog Probiotic recommendations? Appreciate it. Feel free to ask any other pet questions in this thread, ideally ones about Senior Pets.
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/rodent/ - Rodent General
Post about all rodents:
>Guinea Pigs
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Please adopt your next pet from your local animal shelter.
Give a poor animal a home.
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>is that... a random passerby?
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Bird thread
Thalassarche impavida
Post birds, appreciate birds
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not a big fan of frogs
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Ever have to fight an animal?
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Marabou stork
My mom finds them ugly, i think theire badass just like every other terrestrial bird.
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Naked Mole Rat
Why don't their teeth dry up and break?
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Can anyone help me identify this beetle/ladybug looking insect. It has a cool eye pattern on its back
Located in NY.
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Who’s this little guy? I won’t hurt him don’t worry
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Aardvarks are the coolest animal. In fact there are many famous Aardvarks like Arthur and Cerebus
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whats the best pet for a kid to become a perfect man?
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Animal Fights
ITT please post WebMs of animals fighting

It can be play fighting or serious fighting
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If toxoplasmosis is such a big concern, how the hell are there barn cats whose explicit job is to catch and possibly eat wild rodents while living among herd animals?
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Oh hello
Don't mind me
Just being the dumbest fish in the world
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/fox/ - Fox General: Scruncher Edition
As usual, post and discuss foxes.

>filter all tripcode users
>report all potential fetish content
Don’t feed the foxes, and keep your yard clean!
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What is the most delicious looking animal?
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Slow and steady will win the race to page 10
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I weep for the suffering in nature, especially that of amphibians. They inhabit a realm of exquisite miniature beauty yet are visited by mortal danger at every turn. As an embryonic polliwog, a toad graces the waters, as a noble adult it braves a cold universe that will extract everything from it. A frog inhabits reality in the rawest sense; their moist little eyes have seen horrors beyond the imagining of most humans, all in their small range of a few hundred feet, in that crazy micro world with spiders as big as your head and terrible, irresistible snakes like dragons. Look into their faces and see that they know many secrets. And they suffer a million cruel fates; they are squished, eaten alive, starved, carried off and boiled in the sun. I weep for their sufferings.
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Screen Shot 2024-06-10 at 4.28.01 AM
Pet birb died a couple of days ago. I feel sad. I don't want to feel sad anymore. When do I get to stop feeling sad?

He was a little zebra finch. Not super interactive, but had a lot of personality and was a happy boy.
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Does anyone here have experience breeding show dogs to compete in conformation events? I went to a dog show as an observer the other week and have been thinking about getting into it. Are there some good books to read get a better idea of what goes into breeding dogs?
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>spend 20,000 years being man's best friend
>here's some dried industrial waste kibble and you can wash it down with unflavored tap water

>it's what the billion dollar dog food corporations said is healthy for you

why do you feed your dog the worst humanity has to offer?
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Is this crate the correct size?
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Why are frog so based?
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under your porch, and uo your tree, RACOOOON
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wild boar mother
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I've had many different breeds of dogs, nothing steals your heart like one of these little derpy doofuses
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How come humans never evolved blue hair

The mutation exists in our relatives and we are a pretty visual animal like other primates
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Ah yes, it feels to have evolved this great defense system, nobody will mess with m- AAAAAH STOP, DON'T SMOKE ME DOLPHIN SAMA
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African elephants apparently give each other names and call each other by them
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birds use their wings to swim in the air, therefore bird is fish
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What is the HUMANE thing to do...?

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Seriously why can't they just breed?
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Onbekende Vogel
There's a buzzard who's been killing my dad's chickens. He used to fly over and swoop down but the fucker has gotten so brazen and lazy that he's just waiting around the corner. What do?
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Lion hate thread
I hate lions. Overrated motherfuckers don’t deserve their reputation as King of the Beasts or King of the Jungle. They get mogged by so many herbivorous animals and even the lesser carnivores give them tons of shit. END THE LION HYPE.
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Giant Petrels
Giant Petrel, display
"Vultures of the sea".
Just as misunderstood, just as threatened.
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You fuck faces where is the best place to buy a bunny online m?
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Parrot thread

Picrel: Ultramarine lorikeet (Vini ultramarina)
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I haven't watched any of their programming since 2008. Anything godtier that I'm missing out on?
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Insect identification.
Good morning sirs.

Large wasp-like critter spotted meandering on the bottom concrete step outside a building.

Over twice the size of a yellow jacket.

Location is NYC.

Thank you sirs.
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Pigeons are cute and beautiful and I love !
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I think woofer is a pretty cool guy eh

howls at moons and doesnt afraid of anything
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What is the easiest way to make a dog take a pill if they refuse to eat? Mine spits her pills out no matter where I get them in her mouth it seems like.
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found a small bird, it was by a busy road so i gently put it on my hand ans it ran on my arm and sat there. what should i feed it to ensure it maximum survival?
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Shoebill thread
New thread to replace the old one that maxed-out and was archived
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Look at this cool frog out my window.
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Guess the breed...
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Ducks are cool
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Do adopted animals love you more than ones you raise as babies? Especially if they were abused or neglected only to end up loved and taken care of later.

Or is it the opposite were them imprinting on you matter more?
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I'm sorry I killed you, mothbro. I got angry, you were annoying me. I didn't mean to hit you so hard. All you wanted to do was be near the light. Forgive me.
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>Have a bit of land
>Google fruit tree that grows in your state
>Plant that tree knowing it'll survive conditions year-round
>Wait some years
>Now have passive income every season

Is this a good long-term investment plan? I've only ever done personal gardening for my own cooking or having a couple chickens for eggs. I've never tried to actually get into a farmer's market. Living off the land and making money that way sounds like a dream, but I don't know if this is something you can choose as a career path or something you can just chip away at until it happens.
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Elephants VS Orcas
1. Which are cooler?
2. Which are more intelligent?
3. If you could have a pack/pod of either that were friendly to you and did everything you wanted, which would you choose?
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Besides humans, are there animal species where females rape males?
"Nice wish that were me women cannot rep" is irrelevant here since we are talking about animals.

I'm not counting things like the female in the species is highly strict on sexual satisfaction otherwise they eat the male, but rather the female forces the male to have sex with her, be it threat or by force.
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If you could grant the entire human race one (1) self defense mechanism found in animals, what would it be and why? It can be something generalized like a venomous bite, sharp retractable claws, camouflage, etc. or the defense of something specific like armadillo armor, but it can only be one. Assume we also acquire the necessary bodily faculties/functions to use them effectively. Remember, everyone gets it.
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what are the implications of billions more cicadas being released by the double brood?
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/dog/ - dog general
Wild Things Edition

cont. from >>4790544


Ray Allen Manufacturing: Tactical Dog Gear | Police and Military K9 (

Kurgo: High Quality Outdoor Adventure Dog Gear Products (

Avoid Weight Pull Harnesses, X-Back Harnesses, and Sledding Harnesses. Pulling IS Dangerous.

Always Size Correctly


Tom Davis (R+, R-, P+, P-, EC, PR):
Joel Beckman (R+, R-, P+, P-, GL):
Larry Krohn (R+, R-, P+, EC):
McCann Dogs (R+, P+, P-, GL):
Emily Larlham (R+, P-):

Avoid Television Trainers Like Cesar Millan and Zak George

Always Try R+ Before Using Other Quadrants

R+: Positive Reinforcement, R-: Negative Reinforcement, P+: Positive Punishment, P-: Negative Punishment, EC: E-Collar, PR: Prong Collar, GL: Gentle Leader/Head Collar


Avoid Foods That Aren’t Labeled as Complete Dog Foods

Always Practice Weight Management to Prevent Obesity
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I like animals in cute outfits :)
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The Aryan hyper predator
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just placed a order on shein (picrel) for my cat felics. i hope that he will like it. it's a plushie
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