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Who is the deadliest man eater and why is it Gustav the crocodile? >blamed for the death of roughly 300 people >killed for fun >multiple attempts to kill and capture him have failed >current location and status is unknown
Hey /an/ , /k/ here so forgive me if this is a tad off topic, I recently obtained a new battle buddy upon orders from the higher-ups. Long story short we need a name, I figured you guys might have some suggestions?
Information about dog.
Gender: Male Age: 4 months Breed: Australian Shepherd mix Status : Rescue dog. Personality : proclaimed ' snuggly whump'
Again forgive me if I'm not following proper procedure.
So I'm thinking of getting a Ball Python. For those who have owned one, do they typically eat live mice or frozen mice? Or could you train them to eat a certain type? Also would you suggest feeding them in a separate enclosure, or does it really not matter? I've never owned a snake before, so sorry if these are stupid questions.
Most owners prefer to feed frozen/thawed. Which answers your second question. As for the separate enclosure, it depends on your comfort with your set up. If you feel like something in the tank can a) enter and irritate the snake's mouth or b) somehow stop it from correctly grabbing and eating the mouse, then yes, take it out and feed it in a plastic cubby.
And let me just state - many owners will say to take the snake out just to avoid the chance of them swallowing a large piece of bark and causing a serious obstruction.
Chances are, your snake is never going to swallow a fucking pinecone, but if you do use some sort of bark or mulch, consider a different substrate. Might be less pretty, but you and your snake both will get over it, and it'll be safer and easier to clean.
Feed frozen. Safer on the snake and more humane. Don't be worried about BPs not eating anything for awhile in general too, as a heads up. They are notorious to just straight up not eat for months. They are either probably one of the easiest snakes to take care of to one of the more difficult ones because of so many being so finicky with food.
So I feed my leopard gecko super worms. One hid itself really well (even I didn't see it) and I guess became this shit I want to keep it as a pet I have a 12x12x12 vivarium I had bought my leopard gecko in (Pictured is a 15 gal tank because the vivarium wasn't suitable for him) I have yet to put that cube to good use Thinking of having some kind of insect/plant mix in there
Any idea how to do this? Snails and beetles and shit Maybe actual worms Do I use potting soil or topsoil? Man I hope I don't come off as an idiot
Potting soil or topsoil will both work. Chances are there are insecticides in the topsoil, but whatever. That thing will require some dead leaves and a relatively humid enclosure - the soil and the leaves should do fine.
"Most species are generalistic omnivores, and feed on decaying leaves, rotting wood, fresh plant matter, dead insects, and fungi as larvae and adults."
Some of them can even live up to two years. Enjoy your new, uh, beetle.
>>2010128 The biggest problem with escaped cats is that they lose their collar outside, so it's largely useless. That's why microchipping has been a huge thing as of late. I would want people to treat every outdoor cat as if it were lost, instead.
>>2010132 Sounds good in theory, but I work for a microchip company and I can tell you that 8/10 calls to the lost pet department are people reporting that they've found a cat. If people called in every cat they saw it would make it really difficult for people who are actually missing their pets to get a hold of us. Plus owners who are already aware that their cat was outside are likely going to be annoyed that A) someone scooped their cat off the street B)the fact that we called at all.
How do I know it's time to euthanize my cat? She's an old stray i picked up in june or july. Shes got tumors under her arm some neurologic damage to her spine (if you scratched her butt she would fall over) She has some kidney issues too Shes been doing weird things all day though All day she has been 'headpressing' into this one corner, shes been pacing around the room, she fell down the stairs today too, but slow enough a cat could catch themself, but she didnt. Shes also been tripping over everything. She keeps trying to lay down but... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>2010098 I called a vet and explained what was wrong I think she said something about telling the veterinarian the next morning (they all left) But I asked how much it would cost to make sure i had the money and we ended the conversation on that. The only thing she's not doing is defecating all over herself It seems like shes finally falling asleep now Should i even bother euthanizing her? Should i let her die of natural causes?
>>2010101 I think that's a decision that's up to you op. I worked at an animal clinic and euthanasia is always hard even though it's an everyday thing. It's a tough decision to make but if the cat is really old with all of these issues it might pass away soon.
Dear /an/ About two months ago, we found this beehive crate in an abandoned house of sorts. We took it, washed it out with paint thinner etc. and gave it a coat of paint. Today, I come back from work and find out that all of a sudden, in the span of less than 6 hours, HUNDREDS of bees moved in. In the middle of the city. I don't even know how many of them there are, I saw about two dozen flying around and any hole that I peek in through I only see a swarm of fucking bees. Now my question, to put it gently, is what the fuck do I do about this? I know bees are... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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