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Can someone tell me what species of turtle is this? Also, how can I take care of it?

My family found it in the garden, we probably have to take care of it for a few days.

Sorry for the bad pics.
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No.2720697 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
>don't have a fence, can barely keep the dog inside
>get a fence, dog whinges and barks to come inside


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The Plant General - Rose Garden 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 of course very welcome as well, and we’ll always try to answer your questions.

It’s June, and that means it’s peak Rose time, so I’m creating this edition of /plant/ as an invitation to you all; to share your favourite rose varieties, growing tips and stories of wonderful rose gardens you have visited.
If you live near any parks or public gardens, be sure to visit this month for a stunning display of blooms and fragrance.

>The UK’s Best Rose Gardens
>Rose Basics
>Royal Horticultural Society
>Growing a Wildflower Meadow
>Cacti and Succulents
>Carnivorous Plants

>Old Threads
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This is the Guam Rail, say something nice about him.
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No.2719807 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
If these birds are supposed to be herbivorous, then what was the point of that massive, heavily built beak that so many of them have?
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How do you tell a Xolo apart from a Peruvian Inca Orchid?

My hamster has been acting strange today. Please help?

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I adopted a Syrian hamster about three weeks ago, and she has been absolutely wonderful. This morning, I fed her as usual (1.5 tablespoons of her food every other day), and noticed she didn't wake up, but didn't think too much of it as she may not have heard it. About three hours later, I decided to clean her pee corner and replace its substrate, but noticed she still hadn't gotten out of her igloo hidey thing that she uses as a nest. I carefully picked it up and stroked her a bit, but she barely reacted. So I picked her up and she opened her eyes and began to lethargically crawl on my hand. She was perfectly fine and active last night - energetic even - running around on her wheel as usual. I now have her in a towel laying on my lap, and she's sleeping (still breathing, albeit slowly). I really don't think she's hibernating, as she did crawl on my hand for about a minute, shaking quite a bit. What should I do? She is only a few months old, and her poop has been totally regular. She drinks a lot of water and pees a lot, but that has been going on for a while now. I can't think of any other potential health issues. Did she have a stroke? Did Feeder's Supply lie to me about her age? I don't know what to do.

What breed is this dog?

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They told me at the pound she was part jack russel. I personally think she is half jack russel half bulldog

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Can we have a shark thread? Please be nice, no megalodonfags allowed, and Orcabullies are NOT invited.
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I've somehow lived almost thirty years without even hearing about the silky anteater before this day, and that terrifies me. What other insanely adorable animals have I been missing out on? Just look at that little face and hook hands. The perfect mix of sharp and soft.
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