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File: 1411065435135.jpg (469.43 KB, 1600x1444, 400:361, fox.jpg)

 No.2[Reply]

Here you can post and discuss anything about animals.


File: 1439800005437.jpg (13.32 KB, 400x266, 200:133, 754669pw400.jpg)

 No.532[Reply]

Post pictures of your pets who passed away.

Pic related. Died 4 years ago from kidney failure. He was a good pooch. Loved ear rubs. <:3

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 No.742

File: 2b15ca84f562148⋯.jpg (62.17 KB, 728x1296, 91:162, FB_IMG_1486334313679.jpg)

Towards the end of this month, will be a year with out her. We had her for 8 years, we didn't know her age because we weren't her only owners, but she was a very old lady when we put her down.


 No.754

File: 91f1cf75d0266c9⋯.png (480.1 KB, 609x451, 609:451, ClipboardImage.png)

>a bunch weak little pussies and bitches

Just like the ones who own them.

Pic is from when they where young.


 No.758

File: c05bdfcffbfaf31⋯.jpg (1.07 MB, 1936x2592, 121:162, IMG_0085[1].JPG)

I miss you buddy.


 No.764

File: f627778729a5489⋯.png (3.24 MB, 1000x1572, 250:393, lovely boy.png)

My lovely boy of four and a half years in an old fusebox with his last rites and a dime to buy a cricket. When October rolls back around I'll visit his grave and play Deference for Darkness like last time. I don't care if you think its silly fuck you he was my friend.


 No.778

File: ada876f1ce79152⋯.jpg (77.37 KB, 800x800, 1:1, ada.jpg)

>>764

I still miss him. I want him back. I still remember building his athritis ramps and hand feeding him when he just couldn't keep up with his food anymore. I still remember his squinted gaze as he lay still in the artificial sun on his last day. He must have felt cold when death came to embrace him. His little body felt so fragile in my hands.




File: 70377ae5ad2c58f⋯.png (214.78 KB, 393x406, 393:406, CAT_LOL.png)

 No.774[Reply]

>Never grew up with pets.

>Been in apartment for the past year of college.

>Lease ends p soon.

>Taking out the garbage

>See this adorable little thing.

LOL NIGGAS! I have a cat nao.

My brother is deathly allergic to cats, so I won't be able to bring it with me when I move back in with my parents.

I'll ask around for whoever the owner might be, tomorrow, but for tonight, do I need to worry about this cat shitting anywhere?

I fed him ONE can of tuna. Will that be enough to hold him over the night?

Dog owners like to feed their dogs chocolate and cheese even though it's poison for them. Is tuna poison to cats? I saw the cat eating grass outside, I didn't know cats did that.

 No.777

If it's a stray you might want to get it checked for any diseases e.g rabies, asap.




File: 61ebe4860bb7ca6⋯.jpg (15.56 KB, 320x180, 16:9, mqdefault.jpg)

 No.720[Reply]

List desperate evasion tactics homophobes use to deny homosexuality in animals.

My personal favs:

>le dominance

Only works if the subject is a dog, and even then anyone who owns a dog can distinguish between dominance and sexual humping.

>le it's not the same thing

Ah yes, having sex with the same gender is not the same thing as something defined by having sex with the same gender.

>outright anti-intellectualism

Desperation is always neat

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 No.746

., animals are heterosexual , that depiction is humans playing with animal coding , and this is no cost information , ΘανΧσ βε το Θε Δελτα-Διφινιτυ ,.


 No.751

>>746

…what are you on about now


 No.759

>>720

>Ah yes, having sex with the same gender is not the same thing as something defined by having sex with the same gender

Pretty funny when you faggots use the exact same argument to try deflect from the fact that over 40% of pedophiles are men diddling little boys.


 No.762

>>744

I plan on consuming poisonous mushrooms since theyre the epitome of natural


 No.776

File: f7207a5bc81cbf0⋯.jpg (43.3 KB, 712x379, 712:379, ukip-sargon-1.jpg)

>List desperate evasion tactics homophobes use to deny homosexuality in animals.

Why would I need to deny that animals can be mentally ill?




File: 7f91fdcab08b7c8⋯.png (653.92 KB, 900x605, 180:121, opthread.png)

 No.761[Reply]

>have budgie

>call it nigger when it does something I don't want to do

>whenever it eats off the ground

>flies into my room

>flies into my bathroom

>he never really thinks doing above is bad and keeps doing it

>end up calling it nigger more often than its real name

>he responds to nigger

>he thinks his name is nigger

At least he doesn't talk.

How do I explain this to a vet?

Pic is not him, but similar color.

 No.769

lie to the vet obviously, in both of your hearts it will eternally be nigger; there's nothing you can do but embrace nigger


 No.775

File: 0d92dd7c9561713⋯.jpg (85.11 KB, 600x600, 1:1, topkeks galore.jpg)

I'm planning on getting a bird and didn't know how to name it. Now I know. Thanks, OP!




File: 78a9e3adbf5fc78⋯.jpg (37.8 KB, 600x399, 200:133, şoqi_nepī.jpg)

 No.773[Reply]

Tell me, anon, what do you think is the best insect?

This little guy is the Cataglyphis Bombycina, better known as the Saharan Silver Ant. How would you feel if I told you that an insect like this can tolerate more than 54°C and you don't? And look at his colours! Isn't that cute?



File: 71dab06b91ef7fb⋯.jpg (72.07 KB, 510x509, 510:509, boss theme starts.jpg)

 No.745[Reply]

Boss fight edition

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SapYObP6o3w

Reptile classifieds for finding breeders of various scaled and sundry creatures

>kingsnake.com

>faunaclassifieds.com

>reptilescanada.com (Canadian breeders)

>caudata.org for newts, salamanders and lots more amphibians

>Also check to see if there are any annual reptile shows/expos in your area as these are good places to find good animals from good breeders at partial discount

/herp/ officially official all purpose care sheet of wonder and magic

>sand a shit

>use a thermostat

>read all the caresheets

>set up your tank before you get your herp

>regulate temps & humidity levels prior to herp arrival

>do not fuck with (handle) your herp for at least 7 days after bringing it home and ideally wait until herp has eaten at least one meal (for snakes), two meals for lizards, frogs, etc.

>PVC tanks are way better for most applications and worth the extra money

>it is best to avoid chain pet stores when looking to purchase live animals as mass breeder suppliers are not especially careful about health and sound genetics… it often saves you money long term to spend a little extra up front to get a healthy animal

>Jump Start (formerly Hydrofarm) thermostat is a good basic and inexpensive thermostat for regulating ceramic heat emitters and under tank heaters (Amazon sells it)

>if you want something more advanced for temperature control, look at Herpstat products

 No.770

File: 53ac4724e1af14f⋯.jpg (199.42 KB, 944x960, 59:60, bandedimport.jpg)

I'm really surprised no one posted in this thread yet, I was going to reply a few months ago but spaced off about making a detailed post; I'm just going to post anyway

what kind of ball python morphs do people out there have? double recessives or crazy shit the better

I'm thinking about picking up a pastel calico double het hypo clown but only if my butter pastel het Gstripe sells

>super pastel huffman het hypo

>fire spotnose

>banded import i lucked out on from africa


 No.771

File: 748ac8e60e223d9⋯.jpg (70.93 KB, 540x720, 3:4, shenron2.jpg)

whoops I guess multiple image posts don't work here or something, here is the super pastel huffman het hypo produced by the late Ben Renick himself


 No.772

testing




File: 0885438c15c69fb⋯.jpg (2.62 MB, 6800x1000, 34:5, list.jpg)

 No.757[Reply]

>/an/ finally has its own mass shooter to put on the board-shooter list

What score do you think we should give Nasim, /an/?

 No.763

>only killed self

A zero


 No.768

>Issures




File: 23425713cd5337a⋯.jpg (74.11 KB, 638x980, 319:490, doggo.jpg)

 No.767[Reply]

Are the any books on animal training and how to start your business in that direction?

I have experience in training doggos and puppers but only basic



File: 1411506894010.gif (994.33 KB, 245x150, 49:30, seal.gif)

 No.35[Reply]

Post your favorite animal
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 No.465

File: 1430483562508.jpg (26.98 KB, 400x306, 200:153, wolverine.jpg)


 No.466

File: 1430523327986.jpg (215.34 KB, 1024x536, 128:67, 95vNXyp.jpg)


 No.491

File: 1434654055323.jpg (106.67 KB, 622x451, 622:451, south-africa-elephant.jpg)


 No.750

File: 55b8328d6e5e531⋯.jpg (111.67 KB, 600x384, 25:16, 9fca54b8ed5be8477f97153003….jpg)


 No.766

File: da613cd2f96bf21⋯.jpg (188.52 KB, 1091x728, 1091:728, animal virginia opossum2.jpg)




File: 1456099240975.jpg (2.35 MB, 4128x2322, 16:9, 20160124_142114.jpg)

 No.655[Reply]

Hi /an/. I just inherited a plant from an aunt. It originally belonged to my grandmother who knew what it was but has long since been forgotten. It has a climbing habit & puts out aerial roots that cling to brick apparently. It also roots easily. Does anyone here know what it is? I want to research what it likes so that I do t kill it. Thanks in advance.

 No.656

File: 1456099339504.jpg (2.57 MB, 4128x2322, 16:9, 20160124_142104.jpg)


 No.765

>>655

all year/seasonal?




File: 95a7b74e1f8f686⋯.jpg (59.21 KB, 480x360, 4:3, 1473690951688.jpg)

 No.740[Reply]

post opossum /an/

 No.760

>>740

Im sure you're familiar with MEpearlA yes?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L4ttVP2cyK4




File: 9501ab23b2ec7de⋯.jpg (950.4 KB, 1920x1280, 3:2, guns.jpg)

 No.753[Reply]

>being born with shitty claws

>not being born with thumbs to make superior tools

Animalfags btfo, pic related it's my fangs and claws.



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 No.752[Reply]



File: b9bb8e4ea1a2396⋯.jpg (84.43 KB, 720x1280, 9:16, IMG-20170115-WA0003.jpg)

 No.724[Reply]

I've been thinking on growing fish in my well and fishing it out with a rod for a quick lunch whenever required. very little data I could find in the net. has anyone tried this? was it a success?

 No.734

is that a bird


 No.747

>>724

nigga well water is loaded with nitrogen at the source usually


 No.749

>>734

Bumping to know.




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