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How can I humanely put my dying leopard gecko to sleep so she doesn't have to suffer anymore? She clamps her mouth shut and refuses to eat now.
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So for a homework write-up for my first year uni biology course, I'm being asked to explain why a spleen is dark purple in colour other than the storage of red blood cells reason. Specifically within the Cane Toad. Do you guys know any other functions of the spleen that explains it's purple colour other than blood?
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Hi, /an/. There has been a cat hanging around my house as of late, and she is pregnant. Not my cat, but I'm taking on responsibility for her and her kittens, I'll get her fixed once the kittens are weaned. Yesterday I felt a kitten kick for the first time. About how far along can you usually feel that? Pic related, it's her.

Official Devon Rex Thread

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I love these guys and want to know everything I need to know before I get one. Grooming tips? Best way to deal with their unique personalities and attention demands? Any health concerns I should know about? Anyone have any personal Devon Rex stories? General Devon Rex discussion and Devon Rex pictures are also welcome!
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>moves fast >extremely painful bite >venom can kill a man >voracious predator, eats all of its kill >nocturnal, hunts in darkness by feeling vibrations of prey animals with antenna >preys on mammals >incredibly aggressive; will charge a human if feels threatened >excellent swimmers >cousins have colonized every geographic region on earth >grows longer than human forearm, much larger than most insects and arachnids >excellent camouflage >muscles designed to grip like a small snake >50 legs, can climb walls and even ceilings >catches bats in mid-flight >can squeeze into tiny spaces >ancestors were among the very first to colonize the land >numerous >extremely territorial, will attack, kill and eat other centipedes >apex predator of underbrush niche >all limbs covered with armour of chitinous carapace >can withstand trauma disproportionate to its size >broken limbs can grow back >rapid gestation and growth; large number of offspring per parent >can survive falls that would break joints of larger animals >can withstand irradiation >can go dormant without eating for extraordinary timespan relative to other animals are these things not the most supreme predators? arthropods in general? why don't they rule the world anymore?

Funny as fuck bird names

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Okay, so find a bird with a funny name, and post the fuckers picture! Me first. Name: Rough-faced shag, also known as 'King Shag'
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Hi /an/, is it possible to tell whether a dog is a full breed simply by looks? Pic related
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Please excuse my ignorance if I say something wrong. When I was younger (ten or eleven) I had a siamese cat that we got as a kitten from a neighbor. My parents decided they didn't want a cat anymore, so they gave her away. I was really upset as I came home from school one day and she was gone...anyways as some sort of middle ground they started adopting full grown cats for my sister from an animal shelter. They'd adopt one cat and he'd urinate all over the rug for the two months or so he was there - we'd shampoo the rug when it happened (spot cleaning didn't remove the smell) and the litterbox was cleaned out regularly. They took him back and repeated this with two other cats, the same issue happened. So we stopped adopting cats. Keep in mind my Siamese cat never had these problems and would always use the litterbox (except for the rare occasion that she got sick). Now that I live on my own in an apartment I'd like to adopt a cat from a shelter, but I am concerned about the urinating problem. I was young at the time, so it might have been an error that I didn't recognize at the time that will keep it from happening, but I would rather not adopt than risk ruining a rented apartment's carpet/floor. I think if it happens occasionally (the cat gets sick, or whatever) I won't get upset, but with our old cats it would happen several times a week. So...how common is it for adopted cats to urinate outside the litterbox? How did you house train an adopted cat? Was it a territory problem or is it something to do with the way they were kept in the shelter? Is there a way to know before adopting whether or not this will be an issue?
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I have a 120$ saved and I've always wanted some sort of pet reptile I need one that's low maintenance and likes being handled Also the food and supplies need to be relatively cheap

Bro-pup

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/v/ here. In dire need of a bro-tier status dog; What does /an/ recommend? I'm considering anything but here is some info: - I reside in a metropolitan area - Large price range - Medium-Large dog preferred - Not a lot of shedding preferred (hypoallergenic)

Kittens!

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So now the stray cat that settled down at our house gave birth to some kittens.

Rate my little cat please it's to save him..

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http://www.jooky.fr/c/86034/ thankssssss! :)

Zen Catz

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=53AJlC2FnEI
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What tracks are these, /an/? This is pretty much the best pic I could take.
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I have horrible arachnophobia. I just found two spiders which I think could be wolf spiders in my kitchen and there were some other spiders there earlier. How can I stop this spider assault? I can hardly breath I'm freaking out so much. I sprayed them with Scrubbing Bubbles and put them under plastic cups but I'm afraid of more coming in. I don't even know where they're coming from. Please help me, /an/.
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Sup /an/, I have a 55 gallon breeder tank and I don't really know what to do with it. I have tanks with fish already and have a few reptiles. What would be fun to keep in here? I was thinking something semi-aquatic but don't really know what.
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Funny cats/dogs?
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what kind of a dog should flexible girls get?

names

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What shoud I name him?
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Hi /an/, I need some advice with my fish. I've got a 26 gallon tank that I have 9 female bettas, 3 albino cories, and a bristlenose pleco in. I do 25-30% water changes every week, my parameters are ammonia 0, nitrite 0, and nitrate usually somewhere between 20-25ppm. PH is around 7.5 and temp stays at 78-80. The problem is that they keep getting sick. It will start out as just a lighter spot on the body, and after that will turn into anything from fungus to dropsy. I always take the sick ones and put them in my hospital tank to treat them, but it seems like they're all getting the same thing. I've tried just about every medicine I can find, the only one that seemed to help was Maroxy, but even that has stopped working now. I've even tried boiling everything in the tank, thinking that maybe some fungus came in on my driftwood, but it doesn't seem to have changed anything. So does anyone have any ideas what I could try?






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