Hey /an/ I just got a new betta fish and I can't get him to eat. I think it might be due to stress in his temporary living conditions, so i'm going out today to get him bigger living conditions. Anyways, what do you feed your betta? Pic related, it's what i'm trying to get him to eat.
>>2093880 When i was younger and stupid and didnt know proper living conditions my mom got me bettas and they lived their whole pretty long lives in little bowls like this. They were bright and ate and didnt seem stressed at all. Im sure hell be alright for one day.
We just adopted a 9 week old lab puppy, and have been trying to get her used to a crate. We read up and have picked a good size and have been praising her for entering the crate and giving her small sessions in there, placing treats to encourage her entering.
Everyone seems mixed about how to go about doing this method, though. What's your opinion on this process? Do I keep encouraging her to enter with treats, or just keep placing her in there over the course of the day until she's used to it? Or should I do another process altogether? She's been taking... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I have a spare 3 gallon tank and finally have spare money at the same time to pay for something to put it in. I'm pretty into inverts and feel bad keeping something like a reptile in a box anyway. I'm trying to decide between something like a mantis/tarantula/scorpion/whip scorpion/centipede. Which do you consider the most interesting to own and least likely to just hide under a rock the whole time?
>>2093636 All of those are going to be likely to hide under rocks, save if you have a preferred low lighted environment for them. Mantises will forage around more than the others,however. an emperor scorpion can be fun to show off and handle if you enjoy that kind of interaction, plus, you can use a blacklight in the dark and watch them come out and glow.
>>2093643 Yeah I was kind of leaning toward a bigger scorpion, but I feel like it would be more fun to watch a mantis or a whip scorpion feed. I assume all have similar spans or a year or two? I could actually do my own research but.
I thought I had a rhodie mix for a while (but the WP says rottie mix...pic related lol) so at the dog park I frequently found myself chatting up the purebred rhodie people-- there's a couple breeders in the area so there's several regulars. One thing they all seem to have in common is that their dogs are not trustworthy off leash. I've seen tons of youtube vids with rhodesians out and about w/o leashes so maybe it's a training thing. Also, all the ones I've met have a pretty high prey drive... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm a beekeeper, but still pretty amateur. It seems to me like the only way to learn is to do it. People will tell you a million different ways to keep bees with minute differences, but a lot of it just comes down to chance. Bees are fickle and individual colonies will all vary in production depending on the area around them to forage, climate, presence of parasites/disease, etc. The only way to do consistently well at it is to have a lot of hives to work with. Huge commercial operations lose something like a third of all their bee a year but can then double their populations... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I don't remember the name, but ya. The fly blows air bubbles into it's eye stalks when it emerges from it's pupae while it's exoskeleton is still soft. It's a reproductive thing, like females pick males with the longest stalks.
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