I live in Ontario, and am moving soon. Because of the layout and set up of my next home I'd really like to do a few European mounts (deer, a ram or sheep, perhaps a pig or horse). But, I'm having a really hard time obtaining them because apparently they need to be licensed. I know when I was a kid my uncles, who were native, and now deceased would make them by the dozen to sell to locals. I even helped in the boil and bleaching process. Does anyone know where I should start looking? I just don't want to pay $600 + shipping on something I use to make free as a... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Not really. I don't want them for bragging rights. I don't even have many people besides family. It's just a farm house, and I want to go more rustic with some European mounts. Not like I want an over kill of them either. Better use for them and more respectful to that animal then simply going into the trash
>>1985179 I just keep mine in a sterlite tub with a ton of leaves, dirt, cork bark, and sticks. They loooove leaf litter as well as things like carrot peels. I have a UTH stuck to the bottom of the tub and I use a Grow Pro Digital LED Thermostat to regulate it so it doesn't get too hot and melt the tub. They seem to be thriving. I also toss in springtails/isopods to eat dead roaches and their waste.
Can somebody recommend me a couple of lizards/chamelons that aren't an insectivores? I did a little research but everywhere they tell me if you want a cute reptile you have to feed them disgusting crickets and other nasty, vomit inducing things I wouldn't touch with a ten foot long pole. Now, the way I see it, the only other options left are frugivores and herbivores, or even actual carnivores, like stuff that eats mice. Anyone got ideas?
>>1985197 awww, he's cute! His skin looks almost like moss on trees. I'll look into those thanks! >>1985205 well, I have a tropical freshwater aquarium if that counts for experience with animals? it's 4 years old, very stable. I recently started working, and I really wanna buy a cute reptile with my first or second paycheck.
Why are so many dog owners, who possess a large breed, so spiteful towards smaller breeds? I own a large breed myself (pic related) out of preference, but I also enjoy small dogs and am in no way spiteful towards them.
Share stories of when you were being really strange relating to animals
I will start. This happened just a few minutes ago
>doing an in-class essay >lil moth flew by me >she calmed me down a lot so I let her crawl on my hands and stuff as I worked and she liked to be in my half-closed hand with her head peeping out >do that for like ten minutes forgetting I was in a classroom >she wanted to fly away so I let... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>waiting for class to start >see crow jump into a trash can >he flies out with a bag of chips >puts bag on the ground >grabs bag by the bottom corner and starts shaking it around >eats all the crumbs >I am staring wide eyed with my arms out in awe >20 feet away from the can on the other side i see a guy in the same stance Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>1982238 I suppose you're talking about the courtship dances some spiders(most notably wolf and jumping spiders) have? Most popular works will only offer brief descriptions, so I guess you'll have to find some nice academic ethological journal that specialises in spiders. You can find some nice recordings of these dances on youtube, too.
My turn: Can anyone recommend some nice articles on eusociality in spiders? I've been wanting to learn about it for a long time, yet can't find much material.
What kind of food do you feed your dog and/or cat? I always bought the grocery store brands but my cat constantly vomited all over and the dog kept getting fat. I switched to Blue (inb4paidshill) exclusively for both the cat and dog and it's been really great. It is super duper expensive compared to the cheap brands, which sucks, but it's the only food I have found that really makes a difference in my pets' health and daily behavior.
>>1969035 my cat gets purina complete from sam's club. no problems there.
I fed my puppy blue puppy when we got him at 8 weeks. both the vet and our trainer STRONGLY advised against it, as they had experienced an outrageous number of gastro issues stemming from the food. Had him on it for 2 weeks, 1/4 of poop was normal. 2/4 was on the "soft", not liquid side. 1/4 was actually red tinged. Been using Wellness brand since and haven't had an issue. he has more energy now too
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