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hi, i had my first dog, but i didnt knew i could avoid her heat, she had her first time today with my neighbour dog :(, is there a way to avoid her pregnacy? i am asking something bad?
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/se/ - Speculative Evolution General

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Normies Get Out Edition.


>One-stop shop for relevant background information for starting a project

>Fantastic blog covering all sorts of spec evo topics in-depth

>The Speculative Evolution forums, full of resources and ongoing projects

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egzZv8tqT_k&list=PL6xPxnYMQpquNuaEffJzjGjMsr6VktCYl&ab_channel=Biblaridion [Embed] [Open] [Embed] [Open] [Embed]
>Part exobiology project, part spec evo tutorial, Biblaridion’s alien planet video series is informative and well-researched


>Link to a PDF of Wayne Barlowe’s “Expedition”, a seminal work of speculative evolution full of incredible paintings and illustrations

>Ilion, an illustrated tour of a tidally locked planet, really fantastic science in this project

>Snaiad, life on an alien world

https://youtu.be/Rbi8Jgx1CNE [Embed] [Open] [Embed] [Open] [Embed]
>”The Future is Wild”, a CGI documentary following the evolution of life on Earth in the far future

>Dougal Dixon, arguably the father of speculative evolution. These are links to PDF’s of his books “After Man”, “The New Dinosaurs”, and “Man After Man”

>Anu, a beautifully illustrated xenobiology project

>Furaha, another alien world with very scientifically detailed creations

>Serina: A Natural History of the World of Birds
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Fox Thread: Renard Pizza Edition

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Post and discuss about them.
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Why do some cats like getting spanked?

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I have seen a few videos of this where someone will spank their cat really fast and the cat either won't care or will enjoy it, does anyone know why this is or how common this is?

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Hi! I posted here a couple days ago about a rescue dog I was gonna pick up. I picked him up yesterday and he's great! Kinda looks like a weenie, I think? He's 6-7 months old, we took a walk, I tired him out with some playing, a kong and a bit of training.
However, he's been having accidents in the house. Definitely my fault - though he's been on my sight the whole time, I turned back for a couple seconds to go inside the kitchen and it was just enough time for an accident. His foster home told me he was potty trained to go in a doggy litter box (they even gave it to me, so I set up in the porch area on my apartment) - I live in a high floor, and he's still a bit young to hold potty the whole day, so I've been trying to set him up to go potty on the porch litter box until our walk time, since he won't go when we walk. So far, however, he's been completely unpredictable when it came to potty habits - though his foster owner informed me about his feeding and potty times, he has been different here (of course, probably due to the new environment yet).

What I've been doing is feeding him on set times and taking his food away even if he hasn't eaten it, so he gets used to the schedule and there are less chances for accidents. I've been taking him out every hour, but he smells around and doesn't go at all. Inside, he's on my sight at all times, but he seems to be waiting for me to look away so he goes? I'm not sure if he might be scared/anxious of me.

Some trainers recommended me sanitary trainers (like those drops you put on the sanitary pad that smell like dog pee), others told me to just lock him on the porch for a bit until he goes, but I think it would just make him more anxious and he would be less willing to go on the porch at all.

He was very good on all other aspects though - though he's a bit anxious when he hears noises at the door and when we walk, but we've been working on distracting him from those.
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Are rats friends?
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Ferrets are dumb assholes who shit in front of your door out of spite and then they fall asleep in the weirdest place and make you turn your place upside down looking for them and the stress lowers your lifespan by 10 years.

I love them and I own 2

/paleo/ - Paleo General

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Thread dedicated to the discussion and all things related to ancient biology, geology and geography. Last thread got archived.

Discord Resources:
/an/cord #paleo section: https://discord.gg/UvFXej4
Paleocord: https://discord.gg/p9b6BVK

>Paleontology Online

>Paleontology World

>ThePaleobiology Database

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If you could identify as any animal which one would you be?

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I personally would identify as a gay cheetah
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/kot/ - Cat General

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Cat drinking water edition. Remember to make sure your cat has plenty of fresh water during hot weather.
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