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So, koalas are going extinct.
How does this make you feel?
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The Plant General - Pontederia 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 very welcome, and we’ll always try to answer your questions.

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is there any way to not deal with this disgusting cat shit anymore. every automated cleaning litter box I see I hear that its bull shit just breaks in a year doesn't work. I see these dumb litter boxes that you twist and turn over or just sifts through the shit with a metal cage. im guessing thats the way to go because the motor just breaks on half of them anyways and its about 200 bucks for a new one every year and some of them dont even last that long.

I want to try a cheap one for now but it still looks pretty shitty you have to turn it over manually by hand to sift out all the cat shit but still better than this scooping shit thats fucking disgusting.

any advice on this? I dont mind spending a little bit but I dont really want to spend 150 bucks to have something clean cat shit
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/invert/ - 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.

Resources/help and information
>Invert Discord

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how do you deal with owners who let their bark machine operate for 12-16 hours a day
my neighborhood has multiple houses with dogs that they just let bark nonstop during daytime hours

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Do snakes want to kill us?
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So I want to get Doberman but I just realized that thanks to EU cropping ears and docking tails is banned in my country. Are there any real downsides to having natural ears or tails or is it all just memes to justify cropping and docking for cosmetic purposes?
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Underrated bird thread

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Post your favourite less talked about birbs
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/herp/ - Reptile and Amphibian General - Micro edition

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This thread is dedicated to all animals of the reptilia and amphibia families. 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:
>reptilescanada.com (Canadian breeders)
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

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