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So here is all that is left of my 2 year old tabby cat, but the tracking number says it isn't even ours. I guess I learned what happens to outside cats. The most fucked up part is that it's because my family doesn't want to keep the doors closed and made a big deal when I would bring it up and argue with me and say, "we need them open." I know our AC doesn't work but they could of just gotten electric fans, but they didn't want to. The week before our cat ran away, there was a huge swarm of bees that was stuck in our house. It is a big house with part of the second story gone so there are big windows and the bees all started following each other trying to go out of one of these windows, a whole swarm. And we shot them with bee killer spray. And now my stupid cat is gone and probably in the same position as this cat, so far away from it's owners, and with no way of finding out who owns it even with the tracking number. My stupid psycho little brother was even saying he would cremate it and the nurse snapped at him and said no, I'm glad someone finally put that little retard in his place. Both my little brother and sister went to pre colleges with 100 people in their class and only ever talk to the teachers and they are weird as fuck. My little brother threw water on me for giving the cat food he didn't like (and of course my parents defended him and told me to just stay away from the food), my little sister almost got a new stray cat from one of her teachers but he must of realized he was meddling too much and didn't respond when they showed up. I just wish this poor little kitten didn't have to pay for my families stupidity.
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Hominids 2.0

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In honor of our ancient relative's formal unveiling to the public, how about another "early man" thread?
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2 will try to protect you, the other 7 will kill you, choose wisely...
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/herp/ - Reptile & Amphibian General

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Discord -
Previous - >>2522396

Reptile classifieds for finding breeders of various scaled and sundry creatures

> (Canadian breeders)
> for newts, salamanders and lots more amphibians
>Also check to see if there are any annual reptile shows/expos in your area as these are good places to find good animals from good breeders at partial discount

/herp/ officially official all purpose care sheet of wonder and magic

>sand a shit
>use a thermostat
>read all the caresheets
>set up your tank before you get your herp
>regulate temps & humidity levels prior to herp arrival
>do not fuck with (handle) your herp for at least 7 days after bringing it home and ideally wait until herp has eaten at least one meal (for snakes), two meals for lizards, frogs, etc.
>PVC tanks are way better for most applications and worth the extra money
>it is best to avoid chain pet stores when looking to purchase live animals as mass breeder suppliers are not especially careful about health and sound genetics... it often saves you money long term to spend a little extra up front to get a healthy animal

>Jump Start (formerly Hydrofarm) thermostat is a good basic and inexpensive thermostat for regulating ceramic heat emitters and under tank heaters (Amazon sells it)
>if you want something more advanced for temperature control, look at Herpstat products
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Have you ever seen a higher quality animal?
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No.2547589 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
I found this photo in a cryptozoology book. Taken by NOAA in 1994 off Cuba. Could it be a mosasaur?
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pls post crying cats

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pls.. i beg
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Sea Life Thread

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Post interesting sea life, bonus points for obscure creatures and deep sea.

>with a maximum arm span of 1 m (3.3 ft). Sunflower sea stars usually have 16 to 24 limbs; their color can vary widely. They are predatory, feeding mostly on sea urchins, clams, snails, and other small invertebrates.

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spell out the sound the elephant makes
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What is your favorite animal?
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