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What does /an/ think of XL American Bully's?
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>>4735813
toadliners… your response?
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>>4735871
simply too much BONE GIRTH for one thread
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>>4734812
I mean i'd rather have a Corso or GSD or Rottie or just the original APBT, but I think some lines of xl bully can do it for sure. there are a lot breeders on the west coast putting the drive and intensity back into the xl bully since its getting harder and harder to get guns there. hands down the most badass looking dog next to the corso imho
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>>4734140
This. Also I don't get the phenomenon of single moms with pitbulls but I guess that's because it reminds them of their exes (aggressive, dark, violent)
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What does /an/ think of the dogs from Bully?

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Post cow. Especially happy and cute cows.
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Does anyone know anything about single cow electric milkers? I have been trying to figure out a good one to purchase, but there are a lot of options.


>>4731862
One interesting thing about Tuna is that she is even more friendly, and wants human attention even more now that she has other cow friends.
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Moo!
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>>4732902
>One interesting thing about Tuna is that she is even more friendly, and wants human attention even more now that she has other cow friends.
Having a herd will make her more confident in expression than she was before and she seemed like a pretty confident girl.
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Tuneye.

>>4734216
That makes perfect sense. I'm teaching her recall now. She gets it in the moment, but needs more practice to solidify the command.
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>>4734892
Buump.

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What is the most racist animal?
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>>4735404
black people
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>>4735404
me
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Pretty much domesticated animals since they learn from their owners and because of their environment where they only had whites around so that means white good, shitskin bad (based)
>>4735545
This. That's why animals will fight from nail to bone to destroy and conquer, basically what we did back in the old days
>>4735636
You have to go back
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>>4736108
>g-GO BACK!!!
Thanks for conceding :)

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Tibetan Fox
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>>4735294
Looking fresh
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>>4735525
Nope.
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>>4735261
>Not posting the most famous Tibetan Fox
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Are they the only fox without vertical pupils?

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>>4735419
snipy
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>>4735419
>Me 1500 yards from the dogshow judge's home, racking a handloaded .408 jacketed softtip
I'll show you snipy
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o-oh my....
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>>4730020
Are you sure about this?
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>>4730833
In most cases, yes, though the output of the Pelecanids will turn quickly.
I have been around Secretary Birds and their excretions, and their was little to no odor.
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>>4732692
all birds are sexy tho
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Evolutionists on suicide watch

https://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/famous-fossil-is-really-just-paint-rocks-and-a-couple-of-bones-researchers-say/1623995
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>>4735955
The problem with discussing animal disease is animals kind of (and I mean "kind of") don't get diseases in the same ways that Humans do. Humans are very social and live in large groups, and we participate in activities like intercontinental trade and the raising of livestock, and all of this results in a very special environment for disease. Humans get and pass around diseases at levels other species would find absurd. We're not dirtier, it's just the perfect environment.

Most diseases in animals result in a slow agonizing death or are just totally ignored. Mange falls into the first category, as in the late stages it's pretty fucking bad for wild animals.
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>>4732972

Crazy how so many ancient cultures have a flood myth. Crazier how cultures entire world apart from one another describe the behavior and features of dragons and they are nearly identical. Yet all academia can still say is they were digging up dinosaur bones and drawing what they thought they looked like. Yet the legends and subspecies variants and drawings regarding features almost always has another culture with another drawing thats 'nearly identical.
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>>4736032
Oh look several hundred images and descriptions over the course of 2000 years of a very specific animal. the manner in which it laid in wait and attacked elephants. Oh but no , not a real animal didn't happen. It's the world's longest running zoology fan fic at 2 millenia. Of course they just dug up some dinosaur bones and made some shit up
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>>4733407
>>a fake fossil exists
The fossil isn't even fake, just the outline is. OP is a seething schizo.

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Bucket of raccs
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>>4735861
yeah they're not cute at all
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>>4735878
They do kinda look like giant lab mice.
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dont trust em
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>>4735866
that's raccoon dogs.
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>>4735815
Racc bucket mentality

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the neck is long
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>>4606128
Thats pretty neat. Mechanically it reminds me a bit of how the atl-atl works. An atl-atl being a primitive dart/arrow launcher.

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>>4735603
Looking great! These guys should start laying in a few weeks. Going to collect every egg for 8 days and incubate them all. Very excited to start building the flock.

The bresse roosters are biiig.
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>>4735288
Please post more quails quail anon I fucking love quails.
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>>4735787
Seconding
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>>4693981
Nah silkies are dumb as fuck, even by chicken standards. If you want relatively smart chickens, you want hambergs.
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>>4692397
Have a good look at the gaps between the toes. We found with a particularly heavy bird that they had got some compacted stuff up in there and it had packed right back into an abscess, nearly crippling her. She came right after cleaning it out (not pleasant, took hours) and bandaging it up for a week or so.
But we missed it on the first inspection for bumble foot because the foot pads themselves looked fine.

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Post bugs if ya like bugs.

Just a little update on that terrarium I made for an isopod that was trying to yeet itself into my sink-it's going pretty well.

I added some stuff, got a low level heat bulb for the light system so that the tank isn't freezing ass cold at night while I'm at work, and I got myself a hissing cockroach. He's pretty cool; named him Prince because he acts like a little spoiled princess.

The isopod population basically exploded in the tank and went from about six or seven that i added in myself, to easily over forty now, which is pretty cool. I got some springtails when I picked up the roach, so those are in there as well, and I plan on getting some worms.

It's a fun little ecosystem and it's been keeping me on the straight a bit better. I've been eating healthier because I feed the scraps to the hisser, and i don't want to feed him anything that could hurt him, so fresh foods are in my fridge now. Also been keeping a more consistent schedule because I have to manually turn the lights on for them and give the tank a good misting.
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>>4735531
You could do a mantis if you cover the top with mesh and add some long diagonal branches
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>>4735523
Sweet anon! That's awesome!
>>4735531
Oh yea, they're too tier pets if they're legal for you.

Cheap, most of the time they're feeders, super forgiving on conditions-they barely need anything, and can live in a good range of temperatures, and survive well on scraps and dogfood. Also live like five years, so you won't be replacing it constantly.

Just remember to peel any veggies or fruit you give them because the pesticides can obviously take them out. Give them a good misting in the morning for water, and could do like wet dog food to keep them hydrated. I would not recommend a water dish though because they could drown.
>>4735542
I've never kept them personally, but I hear they are good pets too.
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>>4735169
I'd look up sexing hissing cockroaches, anon, because I'm not 100% sure but it looks like prince is indeed a princess.
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>>4735966
Pretty sure it's a male; he's got the horns and that extra plate on his butt
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>>4735997
I'll double check when I get home though. And if it is female...well shit, let's just hope for no babies

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Someone PLEASE help him!
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>>4733036
>I can fly
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>>4733821
F-F-F-FREESTYLA
ROCK THE MICROPHONE
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>>4733821
Kek
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>>4733029
There is no way it could digest a turtle shell. That's gonna be a mighty sore shit
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>>4734693
based gamera

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This is what an Axolotl looks like when you force It to stop being a manchild and grow up like the rest of salamanders
It also causes them to die a lot sooner, but what can you do
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>>4730281
Just you wait until anon finds about the shit farmers put into their livestock feed!
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>>4734725
Lizards are the ones that are dry salamanders
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>>4730239
I've been debating to get one of these, the wild ones not the bubblegum pink abominations against God. I take care of a mud puppy at my job so I'm reasonably capable of it, just not sure I want to deal with a chiller running all the time right outside my bedroom.
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>>4730845
It's funny because it's true
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>>4735623
Another method would be to use fans to blow at the surface of the tank

Never 4get
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>>4735829
>This site has always been pol
Uh, no.
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>>4735826
Your tears mean nothing. This will continue. Just go back. Or scream into the void now.
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>>4735829
Love you guys
>>4735826
YOU GO BACK. You ruined/pol/ you ruined/x/. Go there and monitor free speech you fucking troglodyte.

The world is too F'd up as a place to worry about MEAN WORDS.
Grow up
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>>4734866
dicks out for him


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