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I came into my room tonight seeing my lobster feasting on my yellow tang. I immediately separated them and got the lobster in a bag. My tang is breathing, eyes can move, but is laying on the sandbed. Please help. What do I do?
Short-Faced Bear >Colossal apex predator who completely dominated its environment. Other prehistoric carnivores could not even compete. >Hunted herd of mammoths 4 times their size. >Humongous body strength, bite force and paw size. >Probably as intelligent as modern day bears. >Even early humans had to think twice before approaching this beast only rivaled by carnivorous dinosaurs. What went wrong?
I am an avid admirer of all birds, and I've just begun to entertain the possibility that I might one day acquire one (or more) as a pet.
I'm wondering if you might recommend me some of the more popular species, noting some of their pros and cons. I'm familiar with the basic varieties like parakeets, cockatiels, macaws, canaries, grey parrots, but I'm not sure how each of these really compares with regards to their quality as a pet (e.g., how difficult to care for, space requirements, ethics of ownership, degree of independence/companionship, etc.).
I will of course perform more thorough research if/when the time draws nearer, but thought this might be an okay place to start.