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>watch Alone out of recommendation from /out/
>laugh at the newbies fucking up and tapping out early
>cringe at the people coming down with sickness
>moved to tears at the thoughts the last remaining men do it the last days

Fucking Alan is so based. I'm glad he won. He seems like the kind of guy you'd want to share several beers with. I'm surprised Sam lasted that long, he really became a man out there.

Just started on...
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>>846389
as it goes on you'll become attached to a few of them. It works out all rather nicely!
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>>846391
I kinda hope Tracy goes a long way, just to break the stereotype. Kinda the same way Sam did.
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>>846389
>I'm surprised Sam lasted that long, he really became a man out there.


Sam location was literally someone's backyard. Everyone else was a reasonable distance from other humans.

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What that? Should eat?
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>>853869
Jesus you need to go on a hand diet

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Hey!
Im looking to go camping/backpack this weekend near the bay area, ca. Im also looking to boulder a bit.

Anyone have any suggestions??

Ill post pics of my last trip.
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>>853607
I climb pinnacles national park a lot.
theres camping and climbing. I have the route guide somewhere if you need a few routes to choose from. Its as close as tahoe.
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>>853612

Lost.

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I was going to get one of their jungle blankets and then I read they're too short.
I was going to get one of their jungle bags and then I read some reviews of guys over 6' saying they're too short.
I guess they call it snugpak for a reason...

Anyone got either product?
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They sell a long for giraffes like us.
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>>853300
snugpak is a british company so they specialize in warmish rainy shit.

my main bag is a snugbak I got from the uk shop in khandahar 8 years ago. I love it. I use it all summer and most of fall. and I put it in a better bag for winter.

I also use a snugpack bag cover I got at the same shop. and a nite watch. the brits had some good deals back in khandahar 07.

if you really are 6'5" go try shit out at rei. freak.
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>>853302
Doesn't look like the jungle comes in long.

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>watch show about wilderness survival
>constant crying
every time
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pusc
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>>853195
>watch same show as OP
>everyone is whining
>realize there's women tougher than these men
>switch channel immediately
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He went from city boy to 3 months in one of the most dangerous barren isolated wilds. Lets see you do it fuccboi

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Is there anything better than being out with a happy doge?
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Getting some sweet doge pussy while /out/
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>>852895
Don't be a shitlord
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>>852895
Seconding.

innawoods no one can hear you bark

alright climbing fags. I need some advice.

I've never really climbed before but I've absailed a few of them shit walls at climbing centres and stuff.

Anyway. I need to get a geocache that under a bridge over a river (it's a little pot that magnetic and stuck under) there seems to be two schools of thought on this one. Canoe and build a human pyramid, or rapelling off the bridge and pulling yourself under.

I'm opting for the rapel method.

So I'm using a setup like the one featured and I was testing it in my garden on a tree...
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I see u took my advice op. Welcome to /out/. Unfortunately the board is much slower than /b/. The previous statement still stands.
POOP IN GEOCACHE
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>>852888
TRIPS DEMANDS IT!
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>>852858
Climbing rope tends to be a bit stiffer than shitty camping rope due to the way it's designed. The extra stiffness provides a tiny bit of extra resistance when sliding through a rappel device. I'm doubtful that this is really the deciding factor here though. More likely you've just underestimated the amount you need to pull down when locking off. That said, get actual climbing rope when you do this.

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What that? Should eat?
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>>852796
Looks like a chanterelle, if it is it's edible
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>>852796
>>852803
Yeah prob a chanterelle. But dig it up, spore print it, and make sure you check the boxes. This shroom has a look a like that's poisonous.

See here: http://mushroom-collecting.com/mushroomchanterelle.html
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>>852796
>What that? Should eat?
I'm just going to start replying in the affirmative every time I see one of these threads. There are threads for identification of edible things already up, check the catalog and use those instead of making a new thread every time you have a question. Board culture, learn it.

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What online mapping tools does /out/ use?
I usually use Mapometer to plan routes and save them. For general map work I usually use Open Street Map (which I have an app on my phone which allows you to save areas for offline) I also use Ordinance Survey maps by going through Walk4life.
Does anyone use any other software or websites and any recommendations?
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Uh oh, forgot links!
Mapometer: http://gb.mapometer.com/
Open Street Map: https://www.openstreetmap.org/
(I also use Open Cycle Map for finding cycle routes): http://www.opencyclemap.org/
Walk4life (for free OS maps): http://www.walk4life.info/find-a-walk
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had a nice map downloader that could scrape images from various places and make some huge aerial views...forgot the name

still looking for suggestions for offline gps apps for saving points of interest
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I use map marker to mark down cool locations i want to remember. I dont use trails so i dont use a trail mapper. I work at a state library and have access to our rare book and map room and sometimes find old mining and logging camps to explore

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This little thing popped up of one of my flower pots earlier this summer, so I transplanted it to a bigger pot and now it is almost a tree. My question is if anyone here know what kind of tree or plant it is?
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This is what it looked like a few months ago
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If the little whitish things on the leaves are little dusty specks rather than hairs its some kind of lambs quarter. Lambs quarter has been grown as a food for a long time though not so much these days. Tastes kinda like spinach (use/cook it the same way) and is very good for you.

It the leaves are hairy don't eat it. Don't know what it is but i know to leave it alone.

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What that? Should eat?
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>>852262

>What that? Should eat?

>unidentified mushroom
>eat

There are these tiny identification manuals you can take with you in forests.

Please do not make yourself go through a slow, agonizing death caused by liver/kidney failure, again, caused by eating the wrong mushrooms.

Be smart, be safe!
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It looks like part of the Russula family.
Where did you pick it? What type of forest?
If it was near a beech tree, really don't eat it.
If you are in north america and it wasn't near a beech tree it is probably Russula rugulosa, which is edible.
You shouldn't eat it though.
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Always eat the unidentified mushrooms so that the kids won't. Must protect the children of tomorrow

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hey guys

i want to buy a kayak, but dont know where to begin? is any size ok? i live near the coast but would like to go to some lakes around here as well. how are these?

https://orangecounty.craigslist.org/spo/5765929641.html

https://orangecounty.craigslist.org/bpo/5764101181.html

is it ez2learn?

how do i transport it? i know i need to buy racks but dont know how to install them or what I need etc. any help appreciated. thanks in advance

pic unrelated
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>>851951
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If you live near the coast you can probably rent some different kayaks to get an idea of what you want before you buy. Also some marine shops have tryout days so you can demo various different boats. That's better than getting advice on the internets, since we don't know the local water conditions and the kind of stuff you intend to do.

Flatwater paddling is really easy to get started, just look up some basic paddle strokes on youtube. Whitewater and surf can make it pretty tricky.

You can transport with tie down straps and pool noodles if you need...
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Get one like pic related if you are a beginner, especially if you want to take it out on the ocean eventually. These sit-on-top types have a lot of advantages.
>never have to bail them out
>tough plastic material
>you wont get caught inside if it overturns
>easy to modify
>storage compartment on the inside
>if you're in the...
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so basically I am planning to bike from Miami to Seattle and live off the land while doing so. I mean like biking during the day and camping out at night.

>no hotels
>no hot showers
>no help from friends or family

I am taking all advice and opinions on how I should prepare, and what I should expect.

I know this sounds like a crazy idea but its honestly something I've wanted to do since I was a kid. I feel that I've lost touch with a lot and I don't...
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bump for interest
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>>851408
What bike do you have?
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>>851408
And you are leaving soon? This route is perfect; biking in the snow is an absolute joy. So you have that to look forward to before you freeze to death.

Plus ego trips are always a good idea. Friends and family are such losers.

Living off the Grid for dummies

Please help. I need a guide to living off the grid. I currently live in a small town in North texas. What do I need to do, to become self sufficient?
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>What do I need to do, to become self sufficient

You need to learn to care for yourself. No mommy, no daddy ( not that you had one) no government aid. The only way for you to do that is to kys deep in the woods
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>>850952
Should I go with a hand gun or rifle? Last words suggestions?
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1. Learn to farm, learn what grows there and how to can food. I myself can alot of food because I have alot of fruit trees and apple sauce is THE FUCKING SHIT
2. Learn how to either hunt, trap or raise animals. I'd go with hunting and raising animals.
3. Learn how to build/maintain a house as well as how to use tools.
4. Learn to somehow earn a living (I'd suggest selling some animals for profits).
5. Rinse and repeat.

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Alright /out/

Fire, Gas Stove, or Alcohol stove?

Also, general discussion regarding trail food.
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>>850898
I would say none of them, they are all pretty shit for everything
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>>850914
So how do you eat when /out/? Do you kill and eat raw squirrel or something?
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>>850915
I normally store spiders under my foreskin and cook them using will power alone

I was out looking for wild ginseng for my first time today. My knowledge of it really only comes from the internet. I found a lot of plants that looked like very young ginseng, but I didn't want to uproot them because it's against the law in my state to pick plants with less than three prongs. I spotted a few of pic related. It closely resembles what a cluster of ginseng berries looks like. I pulled one up and it had a little round root, but it didn't look too much like a ginseng root. Does anyone know what I found? This is in Wisconsin. Input from anyone here...
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Indian turnip.
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Jack in the Pulpit. I thought I found a goldmine of seng a few years ago but come Sept 1st I was let down.
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>It closely resembles what a cluster of ginseng berries looks like
only very, very superficially in that they are red berries. Have you seen a ginseng plant in real before?

From the photo it looks like Arum maculatum to me. But its hard to tell.

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Do you fap when /out/ or do you wait until you're back home?
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>>850183
i have a very close relationship with my doggos and we take care of eachother while out.
so no need to fap.
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>>850183

No fap, I just tend to fuck my wife while /out/ she talks about that when we do have kids, that she wants me to take her while we're /out/. Wants me to chase her down and just have my way with her, she can scream and be as loud as she wants.
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>>850198
On this week's episode of things that never happened

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Does /out/ into boats?
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/out/ is too poor to into boats.
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>>847850
Poorfag here, can confirm.

>Tfw no bluewater cruiser
Feels bad man
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>>847850
>>847861
It doesn't have to be too expensive. My shitboat was $5k. Throw a confederate flag on the back and a cooler of beer up front and I've got a regular redneck yacht.

I try to stay away from salt water in small boats, I spend plenty of time on the ocean for my job as it is.

Pics from Lake Moultrie, SC.

>see thumbnail
>Huh that's a wierd stone
>Play video, clearly not the stone
>H-heh, that's some wierd honing oil
>Why is it red
>Holy shit that's not oil
>Oh god he's still going
>STOP pls
https://youtu.be/Gebk5W8YJc8
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>>847617
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>>847617
Myth or Ignorance?
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>>847617
should be called.

one way to NEED a tetanus shot.

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Does anyone on this board regularly go metal detecting?

Is it fun? Experiences ?
Thinking about picking up the hobby
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>>846945
I see it as one of the most boring hobbies I can imagine. Searching for old beers caps just doesnt sound fun
to me

Also you look like a dork
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>>847113
o boy here we go
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Aquachigger is my hero

I think metal detecting is good if the place is cool enough and if youre OK with finding nothing.

I'm surprised at how much goods are lost in rivers like what the chig does.

Stuff on beaches is odd tho, like how do you even lose a ring there? I get gopros will get knocked off into a river

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hello there /out/

i am looking for the most practical and economical way of living in an RV

can you help me. pl0x?

i am looking for information on how to finance a purchase, and also what are the most 'practical' and 'economical' RV's out there?

i don't need a really big one or expensive one... just one which is practical and economical

thank you! <3
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bump pls
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Calm down your tits my underage friendo, /out/ is a slow board.
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>>845812
RVs are not really made to be lived in full time. Furnishings, plumbing, electrical systems are made to be cheap and lightweight and only occasionly used and you will have a lot of maintenace issues.

RVs are especially bad about collecting moisture inside and growing mold.

Practically and cheap, you want to build/convert your own RV.

If you want to live in one full time I would do some research or at least get an all-metal RV.

Or buy a cheap used one and just be ready to play handy-man and...
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is the survival slingshot a meme? what does /out/ know about slingshots? looking for something potentially lethal and top notch reliable. feel like slingshots are severely underestimated as ammo can be made of anything and could easy incapacitate a villain if need be. figure could be a good companion tool.
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I wouldn't use one on an animal unless you for some reason can't have a gun (can't not don't want) and are in a survival situation.

It's very easy to maim an animal instead of killing it.

>and could easy incapacitate a villain

Don't get into roleplay shit
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>>835491
>is the survival slingshot a meme?
survival is the meme
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They're ok for birds and stuff like bunnies (as long as you use good lead balls of around .45 cal).

Accuracy is rather poor.

Not a weapon/larger game tool unless you modify them to shoot arrows.

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Anyone here ever explore a shipwreck
Also ship wreck thread
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Beware of cannibal Rats!
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>>835342
I live in a place that's had a couple of hurricanes and got to go in some shrimp boats before.

Also found a sunken shrimp boat that was abandoned. The coast guard refloated it some months later. The compass was the only thing left but I got it.

Anyone know what the Y-shapes inside this piece of flint is?
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Inclusions of various gasses, liquids, voids, and whatever types of inclusions are endemic to "flint".

I question whether or not that is flint though because of its translucence in your picture...it almost looks like dendritic agate.

>t. certified Gemologist
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>>852913
Thanks Gemanon.
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>>852913
>via 4chin
kek

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Hey /out/!
As you know, there are sc/out/s all over the world. So in this thread, tell us either:

>Your country, if it's small

>Your state/province if it's big enough for them to be recognizable

then

>Your absolute favorite place to go /out/ to in your home state/country, and why.

There are some people from amazing places here, and others who are from duller places they know how to make the best of. I'm interested in hearing about all of it!
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South Wales valleys
Hills and woodland everywhere
Literally a two minute walk to get /out/
Downside is the Uk's gun laws
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>>852454
I've wanted to visit the British Isles. Wales has always come across as the picturesque, cozy forest country of Britain. Sounds cash.
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england


favourite place is probably the temperate rainforests of the lake district or the sussex hills.

they're cosy, the weather is almost always cold and wet which i like, and theres lots of game for hunting, and lots of plants to forage. theres a few places off trail that i tresspass to and nobody has bothered me yet, plenty of deer to stalk and wood on the ground. i've only been to the lake district once but dam the forests are beautiful. moss everywhere.

if you're lucky you can find old decaying ruins of farmhouses.

they're...
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Canada stronk

https://gearjunkie.com/the-great-trail-trans-canada-worlds-longest
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Canuck here. I've been on some of the sections of "Trails". A lot are touristy bullshit. Or some are city bike paths. And majority will just parallel the highway. Not worth it one bit.
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>>852387
^This. You'll never be 'alone' on them, there are always at least a few houses or a highway within earshot if not right next to the trail.
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>>852418
How can you not be alone on them once you get to the NWT? Literally no one lives there

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What is the current market rate on fishing worms?
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Some kid in my county sells them for 2 bucks for 24 worms.

Although you need to purchase his 20 dollar container first. Still worth it though
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>>852305
I think Walmart sells 18 nightcrawlers or 24 of the "trout woms" for around $3. I rarely buy live bait though.
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>>852305

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Wtf
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>>851741
discovering the joys of shore fishing?
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what are you fishing for? is this oregon?
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>>851741
This is why I fish freshwater in quiet little lakes and ponds. I was at the beach last night and just saw person after person walking down towards the jetty with rods. Fuck that.

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Anybody know what insect this is?
I found it on a rose,it is smaller than a ant,thats all I know.
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>>851739
Its a brown recluse, safe to handle.
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>>851742
Brown Recluse on google give me a result of a spider that is not safe to handle.
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>>851739
Look like a nymph of some bug family insect. Broadheaded bug nymph? It is an ant mimic

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6PsfhU00x1M
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kinda cute :3
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Fuck off shill


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