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Is this (something close to) bestiality ?
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not really
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>>2820821
>implying that a little gross primate on feral isn't something close to bestiality.
Fucking Retarded
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This is semi-related.
But the thing that made me completely distance myself from /pol/ was some person claiming that Beauty and the Beast was meant to normalize bestiality.
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>>2820814
I thought you had to fuck for it to be bestiality.

How do we feel about aquariums and everything about them?
We just have this stupid chain restaurant in town. I’ve heard unsavory things about the new SeaQuest in Littleton.
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>>2815708
Sis we stan aquariums! stream one ocean by SeaWorld
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgN7P35TMdM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFV7686Gjgc
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I volunteer at an aquarium. Pretty based seeing behind the scenes.

>Tfw they massively overstock a tank and fix it by just running it open circuit
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>>2817728
I'd recommend the place. Other than the whale shark exhibit, they have a great coral reef and deep ocean section.
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>>2815708
There's one of these in Houston and it took me and girlfriend like 15 minutes to find the "aquarium" part of it. Most of the freshwater stuff was shit I can order for my Petco store but there was a cool reef display with some huge derasa clams. For some reason all the sailfin and hippo tangs were missing their dorsal fins in that display and I forgot to ask why. They looked almost cut off.
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i mean its way easier than keeping all that shit yourself. i actually wish most zoos would ditch their pathetic touch tanks and leave that for the aquariums.

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>free an insect that got caught in a spider's web
Does that make me a good person for saving it, or a bad person for denying the spider a meal?
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save native species out of spiderwebs and feed the spiders with invasive species, problem solved
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What makes you a good person is realizing the dilemma. Prey species like most insects, songbirds, rodents and smaller herbivores have involved to overproduce to compensate the 90% losses but that doesn't make it any less sad for the individual, at least from a human perspective.

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Fuck your stupid dog and fuck you you piece of garbage
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>>2820637
What breed is this, how did you get him
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cute dog :)

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>like moths
>still somewhat shocked by a "medium" one
What should I do?
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>>2819745
bat* not bath oops
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>>2819434
Let him in. He wants to talk about the spiritual healing you will receive by acceoting Jesus Christ as your Lord and saviour.
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I used to see moths like >>2819745 all the time, as well as luna moths. All I've seen this year of the big boys is this guy.
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>>2819420
That's a Regal Moth if anyone was wondering.
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can you raise luna moths? i have 2 facebook friends who raised like 300 butterflys. but i would rather have 200 luna moths.

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I got a dog a few months ago and she won't stop chewing stuff up. She's destroyed a wicker table, a few pairs of shoes, a Playstation control, a $200 leather jacket, this morning I found my wallet torn to shreds, and tons of other things. Every day I come home worried about what's been chewed apart today. I've tried everything. I've tried rubbing her face in it, slapping her on the snout, scolding her, taking things away from her and replacing them with chew toys, taking her on longer and more frequent walks, nothing works. She's caused almost a thousand dollars worth of damage just in the last couple months, I can't afford this. If she doesn't stop soon I might have to return her to the shelter. What do I do?
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Buy a lockable closet and clean up?
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>>2820836
She chews literally everything though. Chairs, tables, couches, pillows, cans of oil, literally anything that's out. I lock all of my important stuff up when I'm not home but as soon as I turn my back, she takes something and tears it up
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>>2820829
How old is the dog? Hom much exercise does she get ? Give me some more information.
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>>2820841
Three year old blue heeler, I take her out for a walk and play with her every day and my roommates usually hang out with her too

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It's not wrong to be long. Post Borzoi.
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>>2820345
>>2820091
>>2820460
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>>2820093
The opposite is true, dogs have to be trained to not be scared of wolfes
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>>2815391
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>>2815593
My grandparent's house is filled with sighthound artwork. My favourite are the marble hounds carved into the dining room fireplace.

And after seeing this thread I'm little tempted to get a commercial print of something like >>2815626 to fill the big space on my living room wall
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I'm in love.

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I am new to 4chan, have heard good things. I would like to spread some awareness about New Zealands dirty secret for anyone thinking of visiting or for anyone interested please watch this and join the operation ban1080 facebook group for MUCH more evidence and data. We need to get the word out to the world as our govt will not listen to the people of this beautiful country, any help is hugely appreciated. Ka pai https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQRuOj96CRs&start_radio=1&list=RDyQRuOj96CRs
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>>2820699
>that's how we do it here in the states
It doesn't always work and sometimes it makes the overpopulation worse by incentivising landowners with hunter's money
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>>2820713
Well the best method is to capture, neuter and release but it's also the most expensive one by far.
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>>2820703
kek
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>>2820687
Go back to Disneyland Sòybòy
You are the reason NZ is still fucked by mammals
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>1080
I'm more partial to 1051 for pest control.

Beatiful hen edition. Post your most beautiful chimkens. Share tips, questions, advice or just how your hens are doing. How are you preparing for fall?
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our girls laid in a nice pattern this morning.
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>>2820643
People who want a pet that pays rent.
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>>2820641
That's interesting. I'm thinking of keeping a group of different chooks. I have heard Austros are mischievous but I suppose it adds to character.
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>>2820643
Who the hell actually has a kid thats retarded?

>has grown alongside human populations
>carries a deadly disease
>bites humans and then SHITS IN THEIR MOUTH
>its not the bite that infects you, its the SHIT that gets into your mouth (or eyes) that gets you sick
At least mosquitoes are sucking blood as blood meals to support their babies. Ticks are upfront and personal about it, they want your blood. But the audacity of these kissing bug fuckers (even their name is faggy) is through the roof.
Imagine dying and going into heaven and when they ask how you died: "A bug shit in my mouth while I was asleep and I got sick and died." It's like being thrown into prison for collecting illegal butterflies: embarrassing.
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>>2820302
I just wanted to save a pic quickly anon, you get the gist
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Humanity gets what it deserves
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>>2820268
>>2820268
>Is there a bigger "fuck you" in the animal community

Loa loa

Signs and symptoms

Usually, about 5 months are needed for larvae (transferred from a fly) to mature into adult worms, which they can only do inside the human body. The most common display of infection is the localized allergic inflammations called Calabar or Cameroon swellings that signify the migration of the adult worm in the tissues away from the injection site by the vector. The migration does not cause significant damage to the host and is referred to as benign. However, these swellings can be painful, as they are mostly found near the joints. [5]

Although most infections with L. loa are asymptomatic, symptoms generally do not appear until years, or even more than a decade, after the bite from an infected fly. However, symptoms can appear as early as 4 months after a bite.[6] These parasites have a diurnal periodicity in which they circulate in the peripheral blood during the daytime, but migrate to vascular parts of the lungs during the night, where they are considered noncirculatory. Therefore, the appearing and disappearing characteristics of this parasite can cause recurrent swelling that can cause painful enlargements of cysts in the connective tissue surrounding tendons. Additionally, chronic abscesses can be caused by the dying worms.[3]

The most visual sign of an adult worm infections is when the worm crosses the sclera of the eye, which causes significant pain to the host and is usually associated with inflammation and less likely, blindness. Eye worms typically cause little eye damage and last a few hours to a week.[5] Other tissues in which this worm can be found includes: the penis, testes, nipples, bridge of the nose, kidneys, and heart. The worms in these locations are not always possible to visualize.[7]
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>>2820327
Gross. Don't we have eusinophils do deal with these fuckers? Or are they too thick?
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ive seen these and didn't know what they were. now im horrified

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The Plant General - Asteraceae 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.

It's late Summer and your garden is past it's peak. But wait! There's more. It's Asteraceae!
From the statuesque Sunflower, to the humble Daisy, this family is the gift that keeps on giving.
Tell us about your favourites, and share your late-summer gardens.

LINKS
>Royal Horticultural Society
https://www.rhs.org.uk/
>Dave's Gardening Tips
https://davesgarden.com/
>Cacti and Succulents

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ak421XXlX_Q
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>>2820218
Inside airtight container with desiccant packs in a fridge
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>>2820179
Rotundifolia jus means rounded leaves
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>>2820368
I know what it means.
But it's the name of the species, and as such should be written (lower case) alongside it's genus (capitalised).
There are thousands of genera with a species called 'rotundifolia'. How are we to know to which you are referring?
Assuming you are talking about Drosera:
it's
>Drosera rotundifolia
or
>D. rotundifolia
(if people already know you are talking about Drosera.)
Thanks.
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>>2820218
i just put them in a paper bag in my basement. cool and dry

>M-muh giant snake that could kill anything
>lived in water and ate fish
>Muh giant dinosaur that could kill anything
>lived in water and ate fish
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>>2820291
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honey badger doesn't give a FUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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>>2820301
Can I get some examination behind this image???
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>muh majestic bird of prey
>diet consists mainly of fish and whatever it can find while dumpster diving
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>>2820301
kek
memes aside, pliosaurs and plesiosaurs are awesome

Why shouldn’t I adopt a fuck ton of puppies and teach them to be truffle dogs? Supposedly any dog can be taught.
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>>2819721
There are no truffles in PNW?
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Litter mate syndrome, time and effort, puppies probably won't have the patience for nose work until at least 4-6 months if that, let alone finding truffles. Besides that I'm not sure. I used to adopt shelter dogs that were about to be put to sleep and trained them in nose work. As long as they have a working nose they can theoretically be trained for nose work and it's I'm my opinion the easiest job to teach them
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>>2819681
>trying to teach litter mates anything
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>>2819816
>>2820090
Okay so should I just avoid adopting related puppies or do I need to get 1 puppy at a time
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>>2820159
1 puppy at a time. They do not have to be related to get litter mate syndrome, they just have to be similar age. If you need puppies, wait at least 1 year in-between each puppy. Alternatively get adult dogs in bulk that seem to like sniffing (some dogs actually don't care much for scents and they are harder to work with so beware) and spend one on one time with each dog to train them.

Let’s have another /cow general/.
Post and discuss cows.
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Cows are sexy
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>>2816332
cows are cute in pictures but in video and in REAL LIFE, they always seem to be covered in and smell like shit
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>>2820628
The smell isn't that bad once you get used to it.
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Which cow is qtest and why is it the jersey cow?
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these all look delicious

What do you do when your cat is not come home ?
there are some ritual among thailand native to do when their cat is lost but I want to know about the west
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>>2820788
Wait 2 weeks and get a new cat if the old doesn't come back.
They're all the same and you'll treat them all the same anyway.
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>>2820796
>They're all the same
But...but...each cat have it's own personality
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>>2820788
You go look for the cat. It wouldn't have gone far unless it actually hated you for some reason. If you don't find it it probably got eaten by a coyote.
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>>2820796
this is the right answer, not morally speaking but because outdoor cat owners don't actually give two shits about animals
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>>2820820
when you go to adopt a pet do you also yell, "12 years in the gulags!" at it?




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