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/kot/ - Cat General

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Cat petting guide edition. Previous: >>4359014
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Pitbull-Wolf mix

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>As if millions of children cried out in terror, and were suddenly silenced...

On the bright side, I bet the pibble wolf would make an amazing gaurd dog. Your thoughts?

>You have to go back
It popped up when I search Pitbull Wolf mix, I wasn't browsing Plebbit.
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/aqg/Aquarium General - Takashi Amano Edition

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Last thread: >>4367442

Discuss anything aquarium related here, including inhabitants, decor, and issues. Before asking questions in this thread, make sure you give us at least some details when asking a question, such as:

>Tank size (include dimensions, not just volume)
>Parameters (ammonia, nitrite, pH, GH, KH)
>Any inhabitants + how long you've had them
>Pictures are always helpful

Tank Cycling:
>www.modestfish.com/how-to-cycle-your-aquarium/

Stocking and Water Change Calculator:
>www.aqadvisor.com/AqAdvisor.php
>www.hamzasreef.com/Contents/Calculators/EffectiveWaterChange.php

Articles and Care Guides:
>www.seriouslyfish.com/knowledge-base/
>www.practicalfishkeeping.co.uk/
>www.theaquariumwiki.com/wiki/
>wwe.aquarium-science.org

Aquatic Plant Database:
>www.aquaticplantcentral.com/forumapc/plantfinder/all.php
>www.flowgrow.de/db/aquaticplants

Saltwater shit:
>brs 5 minute guides
>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AlUv9SRB_g8
>https://reefbuilders.com/reef-tank-setup/
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Fat tailed sheep

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Discuss.
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>*Does nothing for nearly half a billion years*
Holy based.
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Let's review, shall we:

Dinosaurs:

- Almost all had ONLY scales (literally the entire fossil record)
- Were NOT warm-blooded (Grady et al. 2014)
- There is STILL no evidence of feathered dinosaurs outside of china except for Archaeopteryx and apparently Ornithomimus (though there are other claims).
- NOW Utahraptor scales have been discovered (whoopsie!)
- Modern soientists are NOT to be trusted as they publish shit paper after shit paper, so black twitter ain't havin' no trust the experts™ (see: the replication crisis - ongoing)
- The chinese dragon bone trade's history of fraud is NOT a hallucination or to be ignored. (no, china will never be a superpower)
- YES, paleontologists have been fooled by it before (Qi et al. 2014)
- No specart isn't science (cope, seethe, dilate, etc.)

In summary, yes dinosaurs were big scary, stupid lizards (and that's a good thing).
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All my neighbors feed the stray cats outside, so the complex is full of stray cats. I do it too. It's to the point that cats with collars come here from other neighborhoods. I ended up adopting a couple. So that's all fine, but the problem is recently a couple of the females have gone missing, another one has a wound on her shoulder, and both males now have visible limps. There's this big, completely feral orange cat attacking them.

How in the hell can I catch him given there's 6-8 other, very friendly cats in the neighborhood? They all trust humans to varying degrees while he takes off the second any human enters the picture. If I just set traps I'll end up catching all the good ones.
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/herp/ - reptile and amphibian general

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>Jolly edition
cont. from: >>4355034

This thread is dedicated to all animals of the reptilia and amphibia classes. Topics include, but are not limited to: geckos, snakes of all kinds, frogs, salamanders, newts, turtles, tortoises, and much more. Before asking a question, do a search on the internet to see if it has been answered
Classifieds for finding breeders and products:
>morphmarket.com
>kingsnake.com
>faunaclassifieds.com
>reptilescanada.com (Canadian breeders)
>caudata.org
Most forums will have a "for sale" section on them, so look for that, especially if you have a specific herp you want. Craigslist can also be a good source for cheap aquariums, and make sure to check for any reptile expos that occur in your area.

When asking a question, make sure to include these details:
>Type and size of animal
>Enclosure dimensions
>Humidity and temperature
>Type of substrate
>The decor you use
>How often you feed
>The type of food you use
>If your animal is wild caught or captive bred
>How often you handle
>Who you bought the animal from

Other Helpful Resources
www.blackjungleterrariumsupply.com
www.joshsfrogs.com
http://www.reptilesmagazine.com
http://www.anapsid.org
http://www.hylid.clara.co.uk/caer.htm
https://www.americanmadeexotics.com/breeding-ball-pythons-article.html
http://blogs.thatpetplace.com/thatreptileblog/
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fast cat.... erotic...
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/an/ webm OCEAN EDITION

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POST MARINE WEBMS
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