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Been researching them for the last few days. Do they make good pets if you know what you're doing? I live about 1:45 away from a reputable breeder.
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my cat just came home with this in his mouth. does anyone know what it is???
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Invert General

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This is the invertebrate general. If you have any questions about invertebrates, want to look into owning one or more, or want to simply discuss them, this is the thread to do so, whether its

>Tarantulas and other spiders
>Or anything without a backbone

Feel free to post it.

Tarantula resources
>Beginner help and general information


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3rd time in 48hrs this little fucktard has fallen down my chimney, gotten trapped and I've had to free him.
My question is, each time, one or both of his wings will stay spread and he doesn't move an inch... whether my hand is right next to him or I'm 5 feet away... and he'll stay that way 'til I free him. Even after setting him down outside, his wings will still be paralyzed for a good minute... then just flies off like nothing.

Is this normal for a bird in a doomed situation or is it just autistic?
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I want to see marsupial babies in their mommy's pouch, please!
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The Plant General

Welcome to /plant/, the magical green place on this blue board.

/Plant/ is for the discussion of plants (obviously). Horticulturists, hobbyists and botanists welcome! Questions about plants? Want to show off your two inch dick-I mean plant? Maybe you want to start growing something new and exciting? Well come on over to /plant/!

Introducing a new basic caresheet with every thread: Stapelia/Orbea edition:
>fairly standard succulent care, most commercial species are easy
>well-draining cacti/succulent soil
>light watering, keep it dry in winter
>direct sun to very light shade
>don't let it get too cold, minimum 10c
>wait until flowering occurs to hide the smell of any rotting corpses you may be hiding

For our carnivorous plant newbies:
Approved forums:

Good place(s) for newbie carnivorous plant growers:

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What species of jumping spider is this?
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I love shibas so much
Please post shibas of any kind
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Which are better, smart dogs or dumb dogs?

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/pp/ pocket pet genera. Rats, guinea pigs, hamsters and other small mammals.

Didn't see one up and I haven been here in a few months. But onto my issue. I adopted 2 male rats. The previous owner said jack was aggressive and bit her all the time. Once I got them, jack was a little skittish. He would squeak when I picked him up, but no biting. Now, I can pick him up no squeaking or even struggling.

I have only had females prior to adopting. The boys (they are of course in a separate cage than the females) have recently started fighting. My girls would have little scuffles but nothing like these boys are doing. Jack has an open wound in his back. He had one in his neck but it seemed to heal up overnight a few weeks ago. The other male (Simon) has cuts on his face, tail and nuts. I'm worried because my females NEVER draw blood, let alone leave open wounds.

Is this normal? Should I consider separation? I'm taking them off tap water and giving them spring. I read the fluoride in tap water could cause thyroid issues which leads to hormonal issues which leads to aggression.

They are about 6-7 months old. Help?
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