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How long does it take for an animal to decompose? There's squirrels where I live so that's a new experience for me, so for the last year I've watched them scurry around the trees outside my house. Today I woke up to see a neighborhood cat had killed one and was eating it. I don't want to say I'm a "collector", because that makes me sound like a psychopath, but over the years I've acquired a few animal skulls. My mom gave me a cat one, and a preserved shark head. I found a cow skull on the beach that I got professionally cleaned. Anyway, the cat had detached the squirrel's head, so I buried it as deep as I could, not that deep because I hit cement, but I put some rocks on top to keep bigger animals out. I'll monitor it for the next few weeks, but how long will it take for the head to revert itself to just bone through decomposition? My lease is up in June, will that be enough time? It gets pretty wet here so I'm hoping that will help speed things along.

What the hell is this?

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>visit backyard canal >gathering aquatic plants >sometimes pick up occasional snails and dragonfly larvae >clean off aquatic leaves and place them in vacant tank >weeks later, this thing appears I know it's a Crayfish but what type?
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Hey /an/ any idea what it is? I found it after feeding my goats, I'm afraid it could be a parasite
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just out of curiosity, what are the ins and outs of a primate companion such as the pic here? do they make good pets? do they get along with cats? what kind of special care do they require? what sort of diet and potty training is needed? How do you handle behavioral conditioning of a young one? I think I'd like one, but I have 2 cats and I don't want to cause the animals undue stress.
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ITT: we post animals/insects/creatures/nature stuff which have the ability to do unusual/interesting things. To start, the Bombardier beetle: >Bombardier beetles are ground beetles which are most notable for the defense mechanism that gives them their name: when disturbed, they eject a hot noxious chemical spray from the tip of their abdomen, with a popping sound. >The spray is produced by a reaction between two chemical compounds, hydroquinone and hydrogen peroxide, stored in separate reservoirs in the beetle's abdomen and mixed when needed in a third chamber with water and catalytic enzymes. Heat from the reaction brings the mixture to near the boiling point of water and produces gas that drives the ejection. The damage caused can be fatal to attacking insects and small creatures and is painful to human skin. Some bombardier beetles can direct the spray over a wide range of directions.
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The queen ant I collected earlier this year laid eggs and some of them hatched. What do I do now? I put a drop of honey in there and she ate it, but they probably need more than just honey
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Aloha /an/, I've been thinking about getting a new reptilian pet and I'd like to hear some suggestions. I've got plenty of experience with them and many other exotic animals so the care isn't really a problem but I'd like it if it didn't eat vermin as I'm not looking forward to stuffing my freezer with dead rats/other shit.
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Any Animal Control Officers here? What is the most horrible case involving animal abuse/neglect/cruelty you've seen?
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Me and my father have fallen on bad times, we're both struggling to find work and have to move from where we currently are. The problem has now fallen on the fact that the only place we can afford, a place that would give us the best chance of finding work while living off of his unemployment (I can only find temp work right now) does not allow pets. Placed in a situation where no friends or family can take our ten year old dog, he is more than likely taking her to the animal welfare league where she will be put to sleep. I have very little power over any of this, and have exhausted everything I can do in trying to prevent this. I come to /an/ for any advice on preventing this from happening. She is in fine health, no major sickness, the only thing being the obvious signs of age that would come from being as old as she is. Is there anything I can do?
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Evening /an/, was wondering if I could get any critique on my rough sketch of Majungasaurus.
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Hey guys I've never been here before but I hope it's the right place. Can anyone identify what material this gravestone is made of? I don't know anything about rocks.

Bug General

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Insects and Spiders and Arthropods, Oh My! -identification -collection and breeding -general banter Let's get buggy, /an/
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Looking for recommendations. I've lived rural my whole life, and have been raised and never owned anything that wasn't a retriever or a pointer. I absolutely love sporting dogs. Two favorite breeds are far and away the Chesapeake Bay Retriever and the German Shorthair. The only problem now is that I'm working on college and shit that I live in an apartment. It's not that big, but I have a lot of outdoor area around me and a lot of parks, so accessing running room is not an issue, but it wouldn't be available unless I was there. So, knowing that I have an affinity for those kinds of dogs, which breed do you think would be a good apartment dog I could take camping in the weekends?
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How to deal with misbehaving dogs? I give mine plenty of walks and attention. He just likes to steal stuff out of my room and hide it, mainly clothes and cd cases and/or my mp3 player, my partner thinks he is just eccentric but it is not her stuff that he is taking out of our room, just my stuff! argh. Now this situation isn't exactly life shattering or destructive to my stuff, more of a really out of hand annoyance, i've never hit him for punishment, only timeouts in the shower(water not turned on just to let him sit in there with the shower door closed) i gave him a really long timeout the last time and was even a bit more firm with him when taking him in there and left him there for a few hours. Doesn't seem to work, do i really need to hit him over this? Any ideas? pic somewhat related(those not my dogs, don't have a pic of my dog on this, have a 9 year old Siberian husky)
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I'm about to graduate college. I have no money, but no loans. I've loved animals my whole life. I really want a Doberman to call Field/Whistle/something RElated. I can't afford it. It'll be years until I'm settled down and have my life figured out. How do I cope with feels
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Can anyone tell me what breed this cat is?

Teaching my parrot things to say.

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I just bought an african grey parrot approx. two weeks ago and need help thinking of funny, shocking, racist, politically incorrect, ect. words/sentences to teach it. Any ideas?? Also, ask a parrot owner anything. >pic related
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What the fuck is wrong with my dog? He's suddenly come down with really mushy poo, his asshole is really pink (it used to be just... normal?) and he just pissed while laying down. He's not completely house trained, but he'll fucking get up when he needs to pee, not just lay there and whizz and continue to lay in it like nothing ever happened. Now I feel scared to leave him in his kennel over night, I dont want him sleeping in his own filth. I'm scheduling an appointment as soon as I can call in the morning, but does anyone have any idea what is going on?
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>animal is only still alive because we forcefully breed it See this is something that I've never figured out. Why does our impact on the world need to have the ideal that we never ever ever end up killing off a species of animal ever? I mean, sure, you can feel bad for the Auk and the Dodo, but how far do you have to get involved in an animal's existence to keep it going before it's just a waste of money? Can someone sort that out for me? If our impact is so dangerous, is staying involved to prop up species that don't want to breed anymore really the way to do it?
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I found this bird trapped inside a Barnes and Noble. We were able to catch her (him? who knows but it seemed like a girl to me) when she smacked into a window and was stunned for a moment. We took her outside and sat with her and she was just kinda frozen for a bit. Then we set her down near some bushes and after a second she flew into the bushes. I hope she was ok. Anyways, I got a couple pictures of her and I tried to find what kind of bird she is by looking at bird ID tools I found on google, but either I suck at it and am answering the questions wrong, or the bird just isn't in the databases. So I come to you, /an/, to ask if anyone here knows what kind of bird this is. Additional info: I live in northern Alabama (US.) inb4 "brown recluse" inb4 "OP can't inb4"






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