>>2121859 Why is breeding them so important? I keep a lot of other insects/arthropods, and Japan or Thailand seemed to be my only option to import big beetles. I'm fine with putting in the work to breed them, I have a lot of spare time, lol. Are you from America? My main concern is if I can even import them.
I suppose it's not a crisis, but it is a bit weird.
My wife and I had wanted to get a rabbit for some time, but back when we first met, we were living in a succession of apartments, most of whom wouldn't allow pets, so yeah. Anyway, it was pretty silly, but I once got her a stuffed rabbit kind of as a reminder/promise that one day we'd have our own place and get a real one.
We get our own place, get a real rabbit, and "Sam" the stuffed rabbit takes up residence in the attic. One day, I'm going through some stuff in the attic, and Bunford,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2121739 Nothing to be concerned about, it's pretty normal. I'm actually glad he took to the toy like that. Keeps him company when one of you can't. Just make sure he can't tear it up and choke on it.
hello /an/ I found 4 baby squirrels on the ground that appeared to be orphaned I'd leave them there but theres a feral cat in the area what the fuck do I do? most animal rehab places are closed around me
I found a little striped bark scorpion today. Brought him home and put him in a little habitat. Does anyone have one? What do they eat? What should i name him/her? Can i keep it with my flat rock scorpion?
I have one, wild caught, I've had it for over a year now and they're great and easy to keep,I got a second one like 3 months after my first and it died within about 2 months, but the first one is healthy, calm, it eats tiny crickets, when I go buy some for my tarantulas I get a few small for him/her. Pretty chill scorpion
Hey /an/, /vp/ here. This pic is from a new Pokemon S&M trailer. Theres a new pokemon spotted on the left in front of the human NPC, and we were wondering if you could help figure out what animal its based on.
Keep in mind the game region is based on Hawaii, but that doesn't necessarily mean it has to be based on a Hawaiian native species.
The common ones kept as pets range from very easy to intermediate difficulty. The primary thing with all snakes is to get their habitat conditions correct; correct temperature gradient and humidity, correct decor and ample hiding spots. The good thing is that you can get yourself a tank and heating equipment, fiddle around to get the settings right, well before you purchase the actual animal.
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>>2121516 Trying not to repeat ^ but yeah snakes are relatively easy (compared to mammals) to care for. Once you've figured out the correct temp and humidity, basic needs would be:
>Appropriate sized food once a week >A clean bowl of water always >At least 2 hides, one in the cold spot the other in the hot one >Spot clean feces when you see them (1 or 2 poops per week) >A... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I've hatched and raised chickens for years, I was always under the impression that the yolk was not inside them but attached to them and that as they feed from it it slowly went away, the same way you are describing the pigeon egg you opened.
How do you guys deal with ticks? I found two on me yesterday but only because for a split second I had a very slight itch in the areas they were located at. I heard dish detergent cause them to come off more easily if you dab some on them though I had mix results, maybe I just didn't wait long enough as I wanted them gone asap as soon as I saw it.
This board is animals and nature, ticks are sadly part of nature. I am mostly asking how to get ticks off of your own body though I guess I can't stop anyone from posting easy ways of removing ticks from pets as well.
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>>2121244 No. They are pretty resistant. Neither cold nor heat do them harm. They are driven by scent. If they are on u they go 4 warm places bcuz blood flow. They get anywhere since they also bite birds and can drop off of them. Mostly they get onto while your standing on grass. This is possible on small green spots remember birds. This is y u should check ur feet after standing a while on
Just buy one of those $1 tick-removal tools at your local feed store and pull them off. Make sure to get their heads out. If a big red ring like a target appears around a bite go to the doctor because that means it gave you Lyme disease
Like most of you, I absolutely love nature. But I am also someone who loves to know what things are and how they work. It sucks to be in a forest without knowing shit about it. Can you guys give me some good ways/books/videos/etc. that would help me learn what things are--i.e. memorizing the names of species, behavior, all that. I'm sorry that this is vague, I just want some good methods.
>>2120873 This. Clothes have an usefull application, ie not getting cold. Doggies don't have that problem. Clothing them is dangerously close to fetishization of your animal, especially with "cute little dresses"
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