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27 more posts in this thread. [Missing image file: 220px-Ferret_2008.png]
cat vs. dog. vs ferret what do you think is best? what are the advantages/disadvantages of each? i know that everyone has their own opinion on these creatures but i would like to get a general idea of each. i am thinking about getting a ferret and would like to have it compared to the most common pets.
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tl;dr People says to dechlorinate tap water, or fish will always die. I've never done it during water change, yet fish are still healthy for many years. Is it possible that low concentration of chlorine is harmless to fish? Any fish expert or something? I had these fish (african cichlids, plecos) for like many years, and I've always done water change (30-40% every week or 2) with the tap water (no dechlorinator or anything else). They've been and are still doing well to this day, breeding once in a while. But now, I keep hearing you need to always "dechlorinate" tap water, or your fish will definitely die. So I'm really confused right now.. If there's low concentration of chlorine, would that make it harmless for fish or something? If I'm not wrong, there should be 0,080 mg/L chlorine in my tap water. Been searching on google like crazy, but everyone keeps saying any trace of chlorine will kill your fish.. yet it's been 8-10 years, and fish are still there. Anyone care to enlighten me? (I have a 7, 15 and 90 gallons tanks. First two have plants, the other not)

Newly hatched mantids

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Hey /an/ I need you to help me out. I found a praying mantis ootheca in early september and the just hatched. (I kept it in a brown bag in my room) I live in the midwest, illinois and I need some advice on how to make sure they all don't die. >temperature >Humidity and other tips anyone can give me. About 50 percent of them kicked the bucket right away but there are a few that look weak and some that are very lively. I have already fed them fruitflies and the livlier ones ate.

Rate my aquarium /an/

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There is no fish yet because it is ciclying ;) What do you think. The plants are ok?? do you think I should move one??

Opzoo#fag

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Hey /an/ I noticed a bit ago there was a thread with a zoo volunteer who was taking questions/inseminating knowledge. I myself worked at a zoo for a year, and currently work with spiders. I also do a little bit of local bird field work depending on the season. As much as I hate AMAs, I do like talking about my work and teaching others. So ask me anything, or ignore the thread and I'll go back to lurking.
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Reptile Thread. I'm going to post pictures of species I have owned or currently owned followed by species I'm interested in owning or just talking to people who do own them. Others please join in. Pic related: My crestie sarah

Stinky fishtank

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I've got a 30 gal tank and recently it's started to stink. Almost a metallic smell. I currently have 11 small fish and a mid sized pleco. and have previously had trouble with snails. I have changed the filters cleaned the gravel (a bit) added waste-breakdown conditioner. and also changed about 25 % of the water (and changed the filters again except for the ammonia scrubber) - then replaced about a gallon and a half each day for the last couple of days with no real change. I also took out my driftwood and boiled the fuck out of it. what gives? And no I am not overfeeding.
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Why don't you have to own a permit to own a pet? You should have to take a class on the animal you want, and then own a permit for the particular species to own it. This would get rid of a nice chunk of those shitty owners who don't take care of their pet correctly.
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What are some of the best dogs for protecting?
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Greetings /an/! I've been doing some research, but I'm sure some of you might be able to provide information I'll be unable to find easily, so here goes... So, it appears that some species - even some primates - are capable of self-aborting a pregnancy if conditions aren't right, whether it be due to the appearance of a new male (Bruce effect), resources are not optimal (fetal resorption as seen in bears) or there is something wrong with the offspring (fetal resorption in some species of dogs). This brings some questions to mind, namely... 1) How aware of this are the animals themselves? Is it merely a bio-chemical reaction taking place spontaneously (ie, the introduction - in the case of male pheromones - or imbalance - in the case of lacking resources/abnormal offspring - of a biochemical signaler resulting in further biochemical reactions that result in self-abortion), or do the animals themselves have some capacity to recognize circumstances at hand and activate a response? 2) In either case noted in 1, but particularly the former biochemical approach, would it be possible to engineer a human application, thus ridding humanity of the need for external surgical abortive techniques? Is this effectively what the morning-after pill does? I'd rather not see this get into a debate on the morality of such a thing, and am merely focused on the possibility of its application.
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Hey Hun, its /k/ i need help. My cat has been spooked (by a firework outside) i think and now he is acting really weird, he wont look at anyone for longer than a couple of seconds. he'll let you stroke him but any fast movements and he bolts or hisses. This is all incredibly strange because he is normally incredibly affectionate to me and constantly pestering me for attetion. he currently is sitting on my bed staring at a pillow thats right infront of his face. Hes been like this for 2 days now and its freaking me out, will he be ok?
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How does /an/ feel about goats? Pic related, it's a goat.
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>tonight is national kill a pitbull night how could anyone harm something so adorable?
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http://www.wsbtv.com/news/news/local/2-investigates-nearly-100-dogs-shot-police/nSrz7/ So /an/, what are your thoughts? 94 dogs shot and killed over the span of two years by police in only five Atlanta area counties. None of the officers in any of the cases received any kind of reprimand. Up until this year none of these departments felt it was necessary to have any kind of course on dog behavior. Now, do to a public outcry in Cobb, one county has decided to run a police training course on the subject. I know that dogs can be unpredictable at times and that there are a lot of dog owners who are blind to their animals behavior, but this still looks bad...
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As a long time member of /an/ I would like to say that I love you guys. And, as I am trying to get into the sport of free diving, I thought you m/an/iacs might be keen for a thread. Clearly freediving is /an/ related and I don't really feel like trying to get /sp/ involved (although they are free to join this thread). This is a thread for training tips, apnea limits, competition achievements and freediving stories. Also, posting this drunk, wearing my diving mask while running 02 tables.
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I have a pug and he is hyper as fuck. he is 5 months old. do they mellow down? also I dont want to teach my dog tricks just the basic sit stay and down. Is this bad for them? I teach him discipline on what he can and cannot do. he also learned how to leash pull which is annoying as fuck.
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What's your favorite classification of animals? Personally mine is mammals. I love all animals but I have a harder thing learning about non-mammals
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What breed of cat is this, /an/? Is it a short-hair persian?
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Does anyone on /an/ still watch Animal Planet? As far as I can tell it's turned into shit. It's all reality shows and cute crap. It rarely has documentaries and most of its shows portray animals in a negative light unless they're cute little kittens or poor pets in need.
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Cat questions: I have a 2 year old female cat and a 2 year old male cat, both fixed, that I got from separate shelters. If I were to get a third cat (a kitten), would it be better to get a female or male? Is it likely that they'll fight when the kitten gets older? The kitten in question is 4 weeks, which I know is generally too young to be adopted out. But the owner is set on getting rid of her kittens immediately. There is a particular kitten in the litter I'm really interested in (pic related). My current cats are very friendly and never once have fought with eachother... only very brief hissing at eachother on the first day they met, but after a day they completely bonded. What's the easiest way for me to introduce the kitten to my cats?






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