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I currently have 5 neon tetras, 1 betta and 3 otos in a cycled 10 gallon tank. My question is would adding an extra oto add much to the bioload or make the tank too crowded? The reason is that 2 of the otos seems stressed cause all they do is swim up and down the tank sides while the other one is chill. I read online somewhere that otos chill more if they are in bigger numbers.
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Let's play a game, /an/ Category is: lesser apes. The word has 7 letters. N, I, G, and S are the letters I give you. Hint: /b/ failed to answer correctly last time I tried to do that.
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My cat licked my eyelid this morning to wake me up. Am I gonna get an eye infection or something?
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I have this spider bro that lived in my bathroom. I have looked at pictures of common species of spider that live in the pacific northwest, but I can't figure out what it is. I live in the woods, so it could be anything that might not normally live inside. It is a very dark brown color, about an inch including the legs. It has two stripes, one on the abdomen and one on the back, almost connecting to eachother. It is shaped like a funnel weaving spider, not like a widow/cob-web spider. What do you think it is? Could it be a hobo spider? If it is one of those then I'll have to flush it, I'd rather keep him to battle the carpenter ants and beetles that sometimes come inside. He isn't very shy. When he comes out he will just stand in the middle of the room and stare at me. If he's in the way I have to stamp very hard near him to make him scurry away. He's a big fan of towels. Maybe I will snap a picture for you guys if I see him again.

Driving dogs!!

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Guys, now you can drive in a night out, they will drive us back home :) http://dameviral.com/tienes-que-ver-al-primer-perro-conductor-de-la-historia-se-llama-porter-y-hace-esto-alucinaras/
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/an/ I need some help immiately, this morning I discovered that the area where this feral cat and her kitten (I'm going to adopt the kitten) was infested with maggots as a result of a kitten cadaver I didn't know about and only could smell rotting today. So I had to clean the area completely, thankfully the Kitten wasn't attacked by the maggots but for several hours the area was cleared and I'm worried the mother cat now thinks we took the kitten away completely as it's been 6 hours since she's been seen and since the kitten has got milk. Should I take the kitten in and bottle feed it or leave it out still hoping the mother will be back? Note the kitten is roughlty 3 weeks old.
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How hard would it be to domesticate coyotes? If the Russians were able to domesticate foxes, it shouldn't be too hard to domesticate coyotes, should it? They're small, they thrive in human settlements, and (as far as I know) they aren't aggressive towards humans. Also, I'm more interested in the feasibility of it than how popular coyotes as pets would be.
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Yo /an/ what the fuck is this thing in my terrarium? My leopard gecko isn't interested in eating it. Should I get rid of it or what? Can it fly?
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So I'm in the midst of rearranging my aquariums, so in the process of moving the contents of my common goldfish's tank into a bigger one, I put the goldfish into a ten gal tank to hold it. I just put ten gallons of the water from it's original tank into the small one, then scooped the fish up with a Tupperware bowl and dumped it in. Obviously that shocked it a bit and now it's resting on the bottom of the tank (pic related), but I have the larger tank set up and I want to move the goldfish into that so it can have more space, plus there's no oxygen circulation in the current holding tank. Should I wait for some time until it's rested, or move it now so I won't have to shock it again later?
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I'm thinking of getting a cat soon, I've heard cats smell bad, but other than that, is there anything important I should know? Also pic related is what the cat I'm going to adopt looks like.

Hummingbirds

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Hummingbird thread. There's a Costa's hummingbird that lives in the outdoor garden area at my work, and doesn't afraid of anything. You can walk right up to him within 3 feet when he's feeding and he won't even look at you. Post cool hummingbirds and hummingbird info.
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This bonsai was my sisters before she moved out but she just put it in the garden so I've inherited it. I want to know what type of bonsai it is and how to care for it properly.
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Just got a dwarf rabbit. He's 2 months old. Any advice to make him as happy as possible? I want this beautiful little animal to have a nice life.
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So I was about to take a photo of my cat, and as I'm setting it up, he presses the 'capture' button. Lmao, sorry about the ass crack

Parrot advice

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Hi, I have a couple quick questions about parrots. I've had birds for 9 years now, but only a cockatiel, parakeets, and a quaker parakeet. One of my best friends has larger parrots at home, but his family is forcing him to get rid of them. Since I have cared for birds before and I have known the birds, he's asked if I could take them in. Now, here's the situation. The birds are Cookie the sun conure and Durango the Senegal Parrot. They were originally in separate cages but his parents put them together because they got along. Durango was an abused rescue parrot, but surprisingly the sweetheart of the two. Also quieter. I actually get along with him really well. Cookie is ridiculous though. She has a serious problem--like, anxiety, or something. If you take Durango out of the cage, Cookie flips her shit and will become extremely aggressive. If she's out alone she will dive bomb and actively try to bite at you. If out together she will act like a damn guard dog and protect Durango from anyone getting close. Now, I'd like to get as bit as little as possible. Honestly I don't think Cookie was ever like this before they put them together, but at this point I'm not sure if separating them will help. I need advice on how to handle the situation. These will be my first 'large' birds in the first place. Now I've been able to tame down aggressive birds before, but two birds in a cage makes me nervous. Should I separate them? Should I keep them together? How can I help Cookie calm down and be less fearful/jealous/protective?
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