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Cephalopod or Corvidae. Which is the "smarter" group? Picture EXTREMELY related
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Caught a baby rat snake and I'm just wondering if its possible to domesticate snakes? I have a corn snake, so this isn't exactly new to me. Friendly advice?
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Any storm chasers on here? Mother ship supercell in Kansas yesterday evening. Post pics of other weather phenomena please.

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after years of treating this shit like a weed and feeding it to my asshole birds i just recently found out that it's also good eatin' for people as well what confuses me though after reading up on it is why the fuck they don't grow it commercially for food >high nutritional value >a lot of it grows and a lot of it grows REALLY FAST >grows pretty much all year round >you don't have to do jack shit to cultivate it because it just grows back once it dies because of how many seeds it makes why aren't you eating chickweed salad, /an/?
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How do you exactly catch a bird that keeps running away from you /an/? I never owned a bird pet before but there's a small bird similar to the image in my appartment's parking. It is night time and I don't know if the bird is trapped, has an injured wing or simply can't get out because it's too dark outside (the parking does have some lights) There are a lot of cars and it keeps going under them. I just hope tomorrow no one crushes it. Please tell me it will be alright. I'm too much of a pussy to rush at it and get it in my hands... I was thinking maybe it fell from the outside into the parking since it is underground a bit. (Around 60 cm high where theres a caged opening to the outside) do you think it's possible? Also tried giving it some chia seeds, not sure if birds eat that sort of thing though. Though I won't do it now because if someone sees me with a flashlight from my phone, alone in a parking full of cars, it will be bad.
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Hey /an/ I have a question about my rat and was hoping you could help me. I used to have two female rats but a few months ago, one died from a problem with her nervous system (they were about 2 years old) Now I still have my one little critter and I want to make sure she's stilll happy. The problem is I recently discovered I have allergies (so bad it effects my breathing) so I have to keep her in a seperate room and won't be able to get rats again. She gets to walk around the house for about 2/3 days a week when my bf is home and I'm gone for work. (wich is not a lot, but it's either that or no breathing for me). Now I have the option of giving her to my friend who has two young female rats. But I want to do what is best for my rat, would it be best for her not to be lonely anymore or would the young rats and the move annoy her? She's still pretty active, though she voluntarily goes back into her cage after two hours of walking around while she used to stay out as long as possible. TL/DR: Would my two-year-old rat be happier alone at home or at a friends place with two young rats?

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Any reefers on /an/ anyone with coral care? I have a small 2 headed Torch Coral frag that I had for about 2 weeks now. It seems to be doing well, but last night when the lights went off the tentacles retracted. Now I've seen my soft corals like my Zoas and my Kenya tree retract but never my Torch. It was a bit unsettling to see it like that. Anyway I will be going to work to check on it soon. I just wanted to know if this was normal. My water tested 0 for nitrate and less then .25 for phosphates. My Alkalinity isn't high as I would like it sitting somewhere between 5-6. S.G was mesured at 1.025-1.026. Then again I have a shitty reef master API test kit.
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