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>*Hear the doorbell*
>*Open the door*
>*See pic related*
What do?
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The Plant General - Water Meadow 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.

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Spider ID

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Spider ID please. Just found him in my garage. Brown recluse?
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>“Gorillas are 10 times stronger than people”

Is there any legitimate proof of this or is it just a meme?

Animal sexuality thread

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Let's discuss strange forms of animal sexuality
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Can I feed snails weed?

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I have a bunch of pet snails. If I were to feed them some kush that wasn't laced with anything would there be any side effects to consider?
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ITT: Fucked up shit you did to bugs

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I'll start

As a kid I used to own a colony of Pavement ants that I would keep in a small plastic cup, every day I would go out to the garden and find spiders like pic related (They were smaller than the ants.) and watch as the ants ripped the small spider to shreds.

Still feel bad to this day about it, I must have killed around 40 spiders every summer doing it, which I don't think mattered as a whole because they were so common that you could literally find twenty without even trying.
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/paleo/ - Paleontology general - Interglacial Europe edition

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A thread for the discussion of paleontology.
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