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Hello, /an/.

What are your opinions on hamsters? I know they're most likely to bite, but compared to mice, do they like being held more? Will they let you pet them, like a rat? Are they more skittish? Are they better than mice, overall?

(I'm talking about Syrians, of course, but you can talk about Robos and Dwarfs as well.)

little bit of backstory to this:

Recently, I got 2 mice. One, named Funky, was sweet, and one, named Fresh, is shy and super skiddish.

Funky, after hanging out with Fresh so much, started becoming skiddish as...
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>>2181212
mice suck. hamsters suck.

RATS
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p.s. you didn't need to start a new thread.
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>>2181216
i didn't feel like it would fit in the last one

and i already fucking told you

I CANNOT AFFORD RATS.
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>>2181218
k well hamsters still suck

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Can someone help me identify his breed?

Got this puppy yesterday, named him Zeus.
I got to pick from the entire litter and this guy stood out because his face was entirely different from his siblings.
The mother was a black lab, and the other puppies looked like your average blacklabs. Unlike him with the wrinkle face and stubby nose

I know its not uncommon and they could even have different fathers but can anyone help me guess what the combination could be?
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pitbull
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2/2
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>>2181194

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How do I cat proof my balcony? I want my cat to be able to sun outside like she enjoys doing on my folks' screen enclosed porch but my balcony is wide open and zoning laws prevent me from tinkering. Can I put some sort of cage apparatus where I open the sliding glass door but she can't squeeze between the pillars or jump out?
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I'm on the second floor and my cat doesn't jump down, it's too far and he knows it. Even if you put something between the pillars she could just jump onto the railing. If you want to cat proof it you would have to cage it in floor to ceiling with chicken wire or something.

Just closely monitor her on the balcony, maybe with a harness if you think she'll jump.

If that's a pic of your balcony I'd be wary of her climbing down the tree though.
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>>2181206
I'm on the first floor too, and the complex kind of sits on a hill, built into it in a way that my balcony really five feet off the ground. What kind of wire can I use? As silly as it sounds, it has to be "nice", or not shitty looking since likely the association would bitch.

My cat was a former stray who lived outside around a property and wouldn't wander far at all, but I don't want to chance it since she's become an exclusively indoor cat with some screen enclosed hang out time.
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>>2181190
You can buy a cat tent

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/an/, is this a rat or an opossum? It's really big for a rat, but I don't know.
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BROWN RECLUSE
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>>2181172
That's a Jungle Fowl.
We have tons of em on our property
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>>2181172
Nutria
Google it

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Has anybody used pic related? Im sick of getting tangled up in our biothane long line. Will it hold up to the occasional dead stop?
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>>2181166
Works with my small breeds.
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It's probably fine, but because there's a relatively thin cord rolled up, you should be wary about wear, because that could cause it to snap more easily
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No. They are retarded. They give you zero control over your dog. And if you ever try to grab the cable in a panic, you can fuck the shit out of your hand.

They are trash don't use them

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>itt: post fun facts about animals and nature

I'll start of with this

>fun fact:
The golden-shouldered parrot is a critically endangered species(2,500) native to the cape York peninsula of Australia where they live in open fire supported woodlands and can only best in 30 yet a old termite mounds
Depending on the reaction to this thread I might post some more fun facts
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>>2181094
A pack of Weiner dogs can skeletonize a cow carcass in under six minutes
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>>2181094
the gibbon, more commonly known as The Horrid Little Man, is known to not do much other than caper about, being a horrid little man
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Anacondas and other large pythons are seriously fucking cool. They don't unhinge their jaws like some small snakes, their jaws open at TWO SETS OF JOINTS. They also have two rows of teeth in the roof of their mouth that can "walk" along a carcass so that the snake can swallow it.

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I'm growing a cutting of pothos/devil's ivy in a jar of water. The plant is doing fine but these strange white growths appeared on the roots.

Is it fungus, or just new roots sprouting?
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Close up of roots
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>>2181039
>>2181040
2 things:

1: Was it in soil before you put it in water? Because that looks like vermiculite particles or something like that

2: Epipremnum aureum produces aerial roots that look like corky knobs when they first start out. This looks like those roots (although a bit weirdly), just underwater.
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I am doing the same thing with pothos, but unlike yours I cannot notice any new root in the twigs, they have been in the jar for more than 3 weeks now, some twig died but some other are still green.

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Ok, so, on July 18th I got two mice, funky, and fresh. Funky was the sweetest thing ever. Fresh was shy, but not too bad.

I held fresh wrong when putting her into the cage, and ever since then, she has been a little bitch. She won't let me pick her up, have my hand in the cage, or, hell, even watch her.

This was fine. As long as I had funky, I was fine, right? Right!

However, Fresh's shyness started to rub off on Funky. Extremely. I've always treated funky with the utmost respect, and constantly gave her treats. But as she hung out with Fresh...
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>>2181028
mice suck.

you shouldn't be keeping them if you're going to treat them that way.

anyways though definitely sounds like you should return the mouse you don't like. rats are the best rodents, tho.
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>>2181036
Hey. I tried my fucking HARDEST to give them the life they deserve. Fresh is just spoiled.

I will get rats, in the future, At the time I got mice, I was on a low budget. Now I have a pretty big 40b tank.

Could rats fit in there?
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>>2181042
Yes, cages are better because of airflow but you could house 2 rat's comfortably. Rat's like mice though need to be picked up for at least 30 minutes a day to get used to you. Rat's are much more intelligent and will learn your pretty cool and will snuggle and hang with you. Mice aren't that smart but if you hold and socialize them enough they should stop acting like shit heads, unless they're breeding of course.

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.gif thread.
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>tfw Commiefornia

What the fuck do they have against ferrets?
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They have fucking problems with everything
They tried to classify parts of certain firearms as fucking firearms themselves
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Same thing we have against everything fun in this liberal shithole of a state
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>smelly rats

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What insect is this?
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Looks like some kinda assassin bug

reduviidae is a big family tho should make sure
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damsel bug
>>2180953
why is everything an assassin bug with you people. shut the fuck up

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anyone here have potbelly pigs?
im thinking about getting a couple.

so tell me all you know about potbelly pigs, please.
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My cousin has one.

You need to make sure that you get one from a good breeder, not some yahoo on Craigslist. Otherwise you will end up with a 200+ lb monster in your house.
Pigs are clean and easy to house train. They learn to do tricks and come when called. They are dog-level smart and affectionate.
MAKE SURE YOU DONT OVERFEED THEM! that is very detrimental to their health, and they get fat easily.
The best home for a pig includes a fenced yard s/he can graze in all day (yes they eat a lot of grass, yes they can get fat from that); and a nice place to snuggle...
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>>2180857
so if i leave them in the fenced in yard while im at work, do you think they would be ok? then they could hang out with me in the house
when i get home.
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>>2180862
People might try and steal it so I'd make sure it's secured (pigs can tear through a lot of things and they are strong) and out of sight from the road.

They also dont like to be picked up. They also do what they want, when the want. They are very smart and yeah can learn tricks but if they don't want to listen(which is often) then they won't. This is why you really, really have to make sure they don't get bored because even the smallest of pigs can be monsters. Pigs are naturally foragers...
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What animal is this?

I live in New England.
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>>2180806
pixelated scootcher

I see it's brown. Would you say it's somewhat reclusive?
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>>2180810
They use compression artifacts as camouflage.
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>>2180810
It lives underneath my shed I think. I rarely see it. I've only seen it a few times.

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what the FUCK
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>>2180680
It appears to be Sting holding an Hogfish, Lachnolaimus maximus
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>>2180683
That's Billy Idol.
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The fish is saying
D'YEAHHH
DEP-DAHP-D'YEAAAAAHHHH

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Post your favorite species. Anything from the galago to the chimpanzee is fine. Prehistoric species are perfectly acceptable too.
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>>2180660
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primates are ugly m8
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>>2180838
Look at this ugly monster.

BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD

SKULLS FOR THE SKULL THRONE
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"Cracker come!"
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Make me
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"he a good boy. he dindu nuffin. he was never aggressive before this."
t. every pit owner ever

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Border Collies are the greatest breed of dog ever made prove me wrong. Protip: you can't.
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They are awesome dogs if you have the time and dedication for them. But they require so much exercise and time that the dog becomes your life. Maybe when I am old and retired I'll get one!

My favorite doggos are pitbulls (unfortunately):
>Food motivated so easy to train
>Well suited to many different kinds of dog sports
>Fifty million of them at shelters
>Good energy level
>Retard amounts of endurance so they...
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>>2180526
Golden Retrievers exist, though.
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>>2180526
In the sense that private jets are the best mode of transportation.

If you're out with an animal, and an unleashed dog attacks it, and your animal fucks up the dog in defense but remains unharmed, who is liable?

I'm asking because I have the opportunity to get a hand raised porcupine, and am afraid of taking it out into the trails behind my house and having some retard's uncontrolled dog get fucked up and have me be liable.

There aren't many dogs out there, but it's a concern.
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>>2180430
The dog can avoid confrontation at any point in time by walking away, your porcupine won't catch it ever. I don't see how a porcupine could attack a dog, unless it's been sleeping or something.
The only point their owners could make is "muh doggo ws only playing but evil purrcupine tried make it kill", which would be about the same line of defense as someone who tried to rob you by approaching you with a knife and later said he was only kidding, after you shot his leg.
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Oh man I want a pet porcupine now, would go to dog park everyday.
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Just make sure you have a license for it and other people really can't do shit.

It's along the lines of someone trying to say their dog was 'attacked' by a cat when it tried to play. It just isn't going to hold up in court seeing as the porcupine is a prey animal.

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Good morning /an/

I'm getting a pupper in a month and I would like to train him properly.

What book would you recommend for that?
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Shameless self bump.
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Get a newspaper and roll it up. Then tape it with a colorful duct tape. Use this to discipline your new pupper. Soon enough you wont even have to boop him on his snoot. Just brandish the colorful wrapped paper and it will know to stop or have its boop snooted.
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You heard him, the title of the book is "the business section".

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Within the next ten years Id like to be selling goldfish. The target coloration: albino body with crimson head and body stripes.

Any goldfish breeders out there with genetics advice? I've been to three stores in three towns of find two goldfish with red and white. They seem rare.

Gif related, also features an aerrator hack.
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>>2180398
>albino body with crimson head and body stripes.
how oddly specific
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>>2180483
A cross between your pic and this one is my goal. The deep red on light pink is somehow soothing to me.

I've looked at hundreds of carp, but I'm trying to keep the brood as strong swimmers so all the fantails and fancy goldfish are no-goes.
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>>2180488
Breeding goldfish is like breeding chihuahuas imo.

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What is this, /an/?
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kawaii
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>>2180149
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Caterpillar

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Thought I'd share with you guys my new kitten
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>>2180012
He's cute and I hope you both will be very happy together.
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>>2180012
Fucking adorable.
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>>2180012
Cats are shit pets

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Here's to absent friends.
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rip doggo
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Long will he bark at horses in a happier place
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the world's sleepiest dog

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How do you figure out what a dog likes to do for fun?

I have two rescues. One is a medium sized staffie mix and loves everything. The second is a small spaniel mix and I cannot figure out what she had fun doing. She doesn't like walks. She doesn't like toys. She doesn't like games nor training. She doesn't like cuddles.

All she does besides sleep is play with the other dog, but he really has to coax her into playing. She has a lot of energy, so I really want to find her thing.
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Keep trying things until she takes to something. How long have you had them?
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>>2179735
I've had the staffie for almost 6 months now. The girlie for about 1. I'm just not sure what else there is to try with her.

She's kind of aloof, almost cat-like in her own little way.
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pls respond

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Do you ever worry that if you got shrunk your cat would eat you?
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If you don't smell like meat you're fine
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No, that is not a thing I worry about.
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>>2179062
No, but I kind of do now.

Mighty hunter brings the meat almost every night...

How long do they last for?
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https://www.google.com.au/search?q=leaf+insect+life+span&spell=1&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj-0f21pJvOAhWDsJQKHQAoCf8QBQgWKAA&biw=360&bih=559
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>>2179054
Not long at all, but like pretty much all bugs you can display them long after they've died (these are a little harder to preserve though)
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>>2179069
How do you preserve them?

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>pic not mine
To start off let me explain that a snake has gotta eat too. I have two corns snakes and breed mice for their food. I take care of my mice. I've named them. Hold them everyday. Provide quality food, toys, fresh water and wheels for exercise. Before I bought my snakes I kept hamsters as pets, so maybe that's why. But anyway..

Today I euthanized 4 baby mice for freezing using Co2. I feel that it's the most humane besides cervical dislocation which you can't do on such small babies. I waited for about 5-7...
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>>2178815
(Continued, post limit)

Has this ever happened to any of you?

I intend on keeping him. (I believe it's a boy since no nipples). Recommendations on a name please. :)
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What?

I don't know about mice. But as far as rats go, co2 doesn't work at such a young age and you must use cervical dislocation.
You can do it on tiny pups by simply placing a chopstick over the neck and pulling the hind legs up swiftly.

It's 50/50 whether he'll be totally fine or a little, uh, retarded, but physically he should be fine.
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>>2178819
> But as far as rats go, co2 doesn't work at such a young age and you must use cervical dislocation.
You can do it on tiny pups by simply placing a chopstick over the neck and pulling the hind legs up swiftly.

Oh... I didn't know you could do that. I don't know with mice, their so tiny. I'd be afraid of squishing their skulls in which I don't want since the thawing process would be a mess but I guess next time I should maybe think on doing this.

Why are German Shepards bred to be crippled?
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>>2178722
Because that's what the people want
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>>2178723
are people fucking retarded? it's sad seeing the poor things with frog legs
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>>2178725
You mean the people that breed their dogs for looks and to enter them in shows and register them with the AKC?

Yes, those people are retarded

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What kind of pupper is this, asking cause I want to get one.
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It kinda looks like a brown recluse pupper, maybe other anons know better.
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>>2178670
It really looks like an English Shepherd, which is what my pupper is.

Here's mine after a bath for comparison
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>>2178670
if you don't know it's a mutt

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Things like
>Pic related
>Fleas
>Mosquitos
>Leeches
Do these fuckers have ANY reason to exist? What would be the consequences of driving any of these species to extinction in the wild, if any?
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>>2178109
I suppose the main purpose for parasites is to keep populations manageable, nature didn't always have responsible humans around to control the population of animals that could have gotten too big for their limited space

More of a balance thing, without something to "cull the herd" populations would likely spike into extreme highs and lows rather than keep at a steady medium

There's gotta be SOMETHING that eats these things too, don't monkeys pick fleas and ticks off other monkeys and eat them?
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Some animals eat them.
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>>2178109>>2178109
Things don't evolve to full some pre-determined roll, they evolve to exploit a resource that was previously unfilled or evolve to be better than the organism that currently fills that roll. And to answer your other question, populations of animals and plants are kept in check by both predators and parasites. We see the evidence that they're necessary because they've coexisted alongside us forever. If they were removed completely, a link in the...
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