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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #150 on: May 14, 2022, 02:49:13 PM »
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Down for exotic small animal skateboards
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It's weird to think of these as 'exotic' - there's a family of them in my front yard.

But I fully support Kader and his crowd sourced marsupial skateboard brand.
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Where do you live that has sugar gliders?  Man america got trash small mammals. You go  to England and they just got hedgehogs running around being adorable and wild hamsters up in Northern Europe. And we get lame ass gray squirrels.
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Australia - my backyard is acres of old growth trees as part of a conservation area, so thereís heaps of critters. Over 100 birds observed, snakes, echidnas, wallabies, kangaroos, antechinus, possums, all kinds of stuff.

No panthers / big cats although some of the looser locals claim to have seen them.

Animals are way better than humans and Iím happy to share my veggie garden with the local wallabies who are real foodies, they love to test how everything tastes.
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If Iím ever in Australia Iím hitting you up. Iíll bring a six pack and some steaks if I can I just sit out  back and watch all the animals with you. Sounds so cool .
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Do it. Weíre off grid and have a wood fired hot tub. We sit in at dusk and watch all the critters come out for an evening of chaos.

Fun fact about sugar gliders, because of how the leap from tree to tree, they look fake. Their trajectory makes it look like bad CGI, itís a crazy thing to see.

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #151 on: May 14, 2022, 06:31:24 PM »
I would like a bat house, because we get these little microbats on our back verandah.

Find them in the day just sleeping on the deck, they look dead, but then they leave at night.

And sometimes at night they fly into the house and you have to chase them out.

Beats fruit bats though. Those things carry some some bad viruses and you don't want to get bit or scratched by one. Also their shit will eat the paint off your car if you don't get rid of it quick enough.
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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #152 on: May 14, 2022, 08:04:23 PM »
my homie has two cats and only 1 litter box, the shit gets rancid but also the kitten only eats grown up cat food, is it shitting too much ?

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #153 on: May 14, 2022, 09:47:47 PM »

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #154 on: May 14, 2022, 11:01:24 PM »
Youíd think living on the 33rd floor in Shenzhen you wonít see much in the way of wildlife but a few weeks ago our balcony was visited by the most beautiful praying mantis. They cant fly so I have no idea how it got up here. It hung around the balcony for three days and then it was gone.

Shenzhen is also full of bats, thereís a bat party right  in front of the balcony every night.

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #155 on: May 15, 2022, 02:43:37 AM »
A few summers ago I was chilling on the deck in my backyard and saw what appeared to be a hummingbird, which was strange on it's own because I've never seen a hummingbird in the city, much less my backyard. (I live in a city in the middle of the Canadian prairies.) I got out my phone to film it and as I zoomed in I noticed that it looked fuzzy instead of feathered and had antenna. But it was flying and moving and feeding off the flowers in my apple tree the exact same way a hummingbird would. After it flew I away I started doing some research and found out there's a few different species of "hummingbird moths" that look like hummingbirds and act as hummingbirds but they're fucking moths!



I've told lots of friends, including nature people and a couple bird specialists and none of them had ever heard of this creature. I still trip out on the fact that one summer afternoon in my own small yard in the middle of the city I discovered a creature that I didn't even know existed that is a different species than a hummingbird but somehow took the exact same evolutionary path and became almost the same creature. Nature is fucking cool man.

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That hummingbird moth is sick.

Living in the green suburbs of East Berlin, I see a lot of wild animals all the time. Deer, foxes, martens, rabbits, all kinds of birds and bats. Saw my first racoon last year near the water by the airport. I have a few flowers on my balcony and get a regular visit from wasps, hornets and Wu Tang Killa Bees.

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #156 on: May 15, 2022, 06:55:50 AM »
my homie has two cats and only 1 litter box, the shit gets rancid but also the kitten only eats grown up cat food, is it shitting too much ?

Your homie needs at least one more litter box, and frankly he should get some basic wet kitten food for the little guy. But with that said, kitten's shits are usually pretty rancid (more than an average rancid cat shit).
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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #157 on: May 15, 2022, 07:09:31 AM »
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my homie has two cats and only 1 litter box, the shit gets rancid but also the kitten only eats grown up cat food, is it shitting too much ?
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Your homie needs at least one more litter box, and frankly he should get some basic wet kitten food for the little guy. But with that said, kitten's shits are usually pretty rancid (more than an average rancid cat shit).

Yeah, man. Kittens have different dietary requirements compared to adult cats, and kitten food contains a higher fat content (among other things), so the adult cat food might be contributing to heinous poops. Also, more litter boxes is a good idea. Cats seem to like having a variety of places to perform acts of fecal desecration.
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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #158 on: May 15, 2022, 07:26:06 AM »
Yesterday, a young sparrow fell out of his nest and landed on my balcony. He already developed all is feathers but wasn't grown enough to fly.
I was in shock and didn't knew what to do. The night came fast so we made him a lill nest and placed it where mommy bird could see him.
She came over a few times and I thought she's gonna feed him and maybe in a few days he would be strong enough to spread his wings and fly into freedom.
I woke up extra early today to check on him and I heard him scream for his mom. I thought , thanks God he's ok and will make it.
Two hours later, it went silent in his nest. I checked again and.. he died. It broke my heart and I feel guilty.
Maybe I should have feeding him or give him water.. but I didn't. I'm so sorry lill guy.
I hope you are at a better place now.
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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #159 on: May 15, 2022, 08:08:54 AM »
Yesterday, a young sparrow fell out of his nest and landed on my balcony. He already developed all is feathers but wasn't grown enough to fly.
I was in shock and didn't knew what to do. The night came fast so we made him a lill nest and placed it where mommy bird could see him.
She came over a few times and I thought she's gonna feed him and maybe in a few days he would be strong enough to spread his wings and fly into freedom.
I woke up extra early today to check on him and I heard him scream for his mom. I thought , thanks God he's ok and will make it.
Two hours later, it went silent in his nest. I checked again and.. he died. It broke my heart and I feel guilty.
Maybe I should have feeding him or give him water.. but I didn't. I'm so sorry lill guy.
I hope you are at a better place now.

Not much you could have done but you tried. Unfortunately the mechanism for evolution is both beautiful and brutal.

Oh and all this interest in nature on this thread makes me wanna plug iNaturalist. It's a dope app that allows you to document all the organisms you take pics of, and it helps identify them. Users on the site/app also verify other observations, and in theory, the data can be used to study the ranges, populations, ecosystem health, etc of species.

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #160 on: May 15, 2022, 12:56:22 PM »
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I was riding my bike on some trails in the city about 8 years ago, I'm pedaling along behind some medical offices for specialist doctors in a wealthy, well kept area on a nice Spring day. About fifty feet ahead I see a big cat come out of the bushes and walk across the trail. My first thought was 'Damn that's a big bobcat' as I got closer I realized that is was in fact a mountain lion that had come down to the dry river bed to feed. It was a female that had recently given birth, which was evident from it's hanging nipples, and she looked pissed off. I ride a lil further down the trails after unsuccessfully trying to get a clip of the lion with my phone. Not far I come across a young couple laying in the grass by the bike trails, cuddling and just being young people in love. I stopped and said 'Hey not trying to alarm you but I just saw an adult mountain lion not even fifty feet from where you guys are laying right now'. They just waved me off all nonchalant, no big deal like 'yeah thanks', pretty fucking blase about the prospect of being attacked by a hungry apex predator. Can't say I didn't try to warn em
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Shit like this is why I'll never understand when Americans are like "Australia is too scary all the animals want to kill you" apart from dickheads having 200 pound Pitbulls basically no animals can or will even attempt to harm you.
I read once somewhere that the interior of the Australian continent is the most difficult environment for humans to survive in on all of Earth, but that was due to more factors than just deadly animals/insects. I'd be curious to compare which country has more dangerous animals and bugs. Just off the top of my head we have lions, bears, wolves, coyotes, bobcats, buffalo, sharks, alligators, rattlesnakes, 2 species of killer spiders, eagles and owls could probably kill a child or an elderly person. Idk our wildlife sounds pretty gnarly
What you're doing is like if I made a thread that was about monster trucks and everyone started saying "Uh, just get a bicycle". I just wanna know how you guys wash your asses

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #161 on: May 15, 2022, 01:56:14 PM »
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I was riding my bike on some trails in the city about 8 years ago, I'm pedaling along behind some medical offices for specialist doctors in a wealthy, well kept area on a nice Spring day. About fifty feet ahead I see a big cat come out of the bushes and walk across the trail. My first thought was 'Damn that's a big bobcat' as I got closer I realized that is was in fact a mountain lion that had come down to the dry river bed to feed. It was a female that had recently given birth, which was evident from it's hanging nipples, and she looked pissed off. I ride a lil further down the trails after unsuccessfully trying to get a clip of the lion with my phone. Not far I come across a young couple laying in the grass by the bike trails, cuddling and just being young people in love. I stopped and said 'Hey not trying to alarm you but I just saw an adult mountain lion not even fifty feet from where you guys are laying right now'. They just waved me off all nonchalant, no big deal like 'yeah thanks', pretty fucking blase about the prospect of being attacked by a hungry apex predator. Can't say I didn't try to warn em
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Shit like this is why I'll never understand when Americans are like "Australia is too scary all the animals want to kill you" apart from dickheads having 200 pound Pitbulls basically no animals can or will even attempt to harm you.
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I read once somewhere that the interior of the Australian continent is the most difficult environment for humans to survive in on all of Earth, but that was due to more factors than just deadly animals/insects. I'd be curious to compare which country has more dangerous animals and bugs. Just off the top of my head we have lions, bears, wolves, coyotes, bobcats, buffalo, sharks, alligators, rattlesnakes, 2 species of killer spiders, eagles and owls could probably kill a child or an elderly person. Idk our wildlife sounds pretty gnarly
Sure; in theory.
But where you gonna find an owl thatís all ďFuck babies & old-ass people! I hates me those motherfuckers!Ē
Owls are usually pretty mellow & chill, feel me?
Except for that part about hacking up those pellets of mouse bones from all their tiny, terrestrial meals.
Thereís nothing chill about that.

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #162 on: May 15, 2022, 03:21:23 PM »
Youíd think living on the 33rd floor in Shenzhen you wonít see much in the way of wildlife but a few weeks ago our balcony was visited by the most beautiful praying mantis. They cant fly so I have no idea how it got up here. It hung around the balcony for three days and then it was gone.

Shenzhen is also full of bats, thereís a bat party right  in front of the balcony every night.


praying mantises can indeed fly. That's sick it got up to you

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #163 on: May 15, 2022, 03:46:57 PM »
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I was riding my bike on some trails in the city about 8 years ago, I'm pedaling along behind some medical offices for specialist doctors in a wealthy, well kept area on a nice Spring day. About fifty feet ahead I see a big cat come out of the bushes and walk across the trail. My first thought was 'Damn that's a big bobcat' as I got closer I realized that is was in fact a mountain lion that had come down to the dry river bed to feed. It was a female that had recently given birth, which was evident from it's hanging nipples, and she looked pissed off. I ride a lil further down the trails after unsuccessfully trying to get a clip of the lion with my phone. Not far I come across a young couple laying in the grass by the bike trails, cuddling and just being young people in love. I stopped and said 'Hey not trying to alarm you but I just saw an adult mountain lion not even fifty feet from where you guys are laying right now'. They just waved me off all nonchalant, no big deal like 'yeah thanks', pretty fucking blase about the prospect of being attacked by a hungry apex predator. Can't say I didn't try to warn em
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Shit like this is why I'll never understand when Americans are like "Australia is too scary all the animals want to kill you" apart from dickheads having 200 pound Pitbulls basically no animals can or will even attempt to harm you.
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I read once somewhere that the interior of the Australian continent is the most difficult environment for humans to survive in on all of Earth, but that was due to more factors than just deadly animals/insects. I'd be curious to compare which country has more dangerous animals and bugs. Just off the top of my head we have lions, bears, wolves, coyotes, bobcats, buffalo, sharks, alligators, rattlesnakes, 2 species of killer spiders, eagles and owls could probably kill a child or an elderly person. Idk our wildlife sounds pretty gnarly
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Sure; in theory.
But where you gonna find an owl thatís all ďFuck babies & old-ass people! I hates me those motherfuckers!Ē
Owls are usually pretty mellow & chill, feel me?
Except for that part about hacking up those pellets of mouse bones from all their tiny, terrestrial meals.
Thereís nothing chill about that.
An owl killed my auntie's dog about fifteen years ago
What you're doing is like if I made a thread that was about monster trucks and everyone started saying "Uh, just get a bicycle". I just wanna know how you guys wash your asses

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #164 on: May 15, 2022, 06:17:51 PM »
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I was riding my bike on some trails in the city about 8 years ago, I'm pedaling along behind some medical offices for specialist doctors in a wealthy, well kept area on a nice Spring day. About fifty feet ahead I see a big cat come out of the bushes and walk across the trail. My first thought was 'Damn that's a big bobcat' as I got closer I realized that is was in fact a mountain lion that had come down to the dry river bed to feed. It was a female that had recently given birth, which was evident from it's hanging nipples, and she looked pissed off. I ride a lil further down the trails after unsuccessfully trying to get a clip of the lion with my phone. Not far I come across a young couple laying in the grass by the bike trails, cuddling and just being young people in love. I stopped and said 'Hey not trying to alarm you but I just saw an adult mountain lion not even fifty feet from where you guys are laying right now'. They just waved me off all nonchalant, no big deal like 'yeah thanks', pretty fucking blase about the prospect of being attacked by a hungry apex predator. Can't say I didn't try to warn em
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Shit like this is why I'll never understand when Americans are like "Australia is too scary all the animals want to kill you" apart from dickheads having 200 pound Pitbulls basically no animals can or will even attempt to harm you.
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I read once somewhere that the interior of the Australian continent is the most difficult environment for humans to survive in on all of Earth, but that was due to more factors than just deadly animals/insects. I'd be curious to compare which country has more dangerous animals and bugs. Just off the top of my head we have lions, bears, wolves, coyotes, bobcats, buffalo, sharks, alligators, rattlesnakes, 2 species of killer spiders, eagles and owls could probably kill a child or an elderly person. Idk our wildlife sounds pretty gnarly
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Sure; in theory.
But where you gonna find an owl thatís all ďFuck babies & old-ass people! I hates me those motherfuckers!Ē
Owls are usually pretty mellow & chill, feel me?
Except for that part about hacking up those pellets of mouse bones from all their tiny, terrestrial meals.
Thereís nothing chill about that.
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An owl killed my auntie's dog about fifteen years ago

Really, in the Judaeo-Christian sense?
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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #165 on: May 15, 2022, 07:01:12 PM »
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A few summers ago I was chilling on the deck in my backyard and saw what appeared to be a hummingbird, which was strange on it's own because I've never seen a hummingbird in the city, much less my backyard. (I live in a city in the middle of the Canadian prairies.) I got out my phone to film it and as I zoomed in I noticed that it looked fuzzy instead of feathered and had antenna. But it was flying and moving and feeding off the flowers in my apple tree the exact same way a hummingbird would. After it flew I away I started doing some research and found out there's a few different species of "hummingbird moths" that look like hummingbirds and act as hummingbirds but they're fucking moths!



I've told lots of friends, including nature people and a couple bird specialists and none of them had ever heard of this creature. I still trip out on the fact that one summer afternoon in my own small yard in the middle of the city I discovered a creature that I didn't even know existed that is a different species than a hummingbird but somehow took the exact same evolutionary path and became almost the same creature. Nature is fucking cool man.
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This thread just keep getting better and better.
That hummingbird moth is sick.

Living in the green suburbs of East Berlin, I see a lot of wild animals all the time. Deer, foxes, martens, rabbits, all kinds of birds and bats. Saw my first racoon last year near the water by the airport. I have a few flowers on my balcony and get a regular visit from wasps, hornets and Wu Tang Killa Bees.

Word. I've seen one of these before. Wondered if I was tripping cuz it looked like no bird. Alien shit.

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #166 on: May 15, 2022, 07:06:37 PM »
Yesterday, a young sparrow fell out of his nest and landed on my balcony. He already developed all is feathers but wasn't grown enough to fly.
I was in shock and didn't knew what to do. The night came fast so we made him a lill nest and placed it where mommy bird could see him.
She came over a few times and I thought she's gonna feed him and maybe in a few days he would be strong enough to spread his wings and fly into freedom.
I woke up extra early today to check on him and I heard him scream for his mom. I thought , thanks God he's ok and will make it.
Two hours later, it went silent in his nest. I checked again and.. he died. It broke my heart and I feel guilty.
Maybe I should have feeding him or give him water.. but I didn't. I'm so sorry lill guy.
I hope you are at a better place now.

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #167 on: May 15, 2022, 07:14:49 PM »
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I was riding my bike on some trails in the city about 8 years ago, I'm pedaling along behind some medical offices for specialist doctors in a wealthy, well kept area on a nice Spring day. About fifty feet ahead I see a big cat come out of the bushes and walk across the trail. My first thought was 'Damn that's a big bobcat' as I got closer I realized that is was in fact a mountain lion that had come down to the dry river bed to feed. It was a female that had recently given birth, which was evident from it's hanging nipples, and she looked pissed off. I ride a lil further down the trails after unsuccessfully trying to get a clip of the lion with my phone. Not far I come across a young couple laying in the grass by the bike trails, cuddling and just being young people in love. I stopped and said 'Hey not trying to alarm you but I just saw an adult mountain lion not even fifty feet from where you guys are laying right now'. They just waved me off all nonchalant, no big deal like 'yeah thanks', pretty fucking blase about the prospect of being attacked by a hungry apex predator. Can't say I didn't try to warn em
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Shit like this is why I'll never understand when Americans are like "Australia is too scary all the animals want to kill you" apart from dickheads having 200 pound Pitbulls basically no animals can or will even attempt to harm you.
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I read once somewhere that the interior of the Australian continent is the most difficult environment for humans to survive in on all of Earth, but that was due to more factors than just deadly animals/insects. I'd be curious to compare which country has more dangerous animals and bugs. Just off the top of my head we have lions, bears, wolves, coyotes, bobcats, buffalo, sharks, alligators, rattlesnakes, 2 species of killer spiders, eagles and owls could probably kill a child or an elderly person. Idk our wildlife sounds pretty gnarly
it sounds like it must be a beautiful place with all of the wildlife thatís able to inhabit where you live, but holy shit that sounds like a nightmare

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #168 on: May 15, 2022, 09:56:28 PM »
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I was riding my bike on some trails in the city about 8 years ago, I'm pedaling along behind some medical offices for specialist doctors in a wealthy, well kept area on a nice Spring day. About fifty feet ahead I see a big cat come out of the bushes and walk across the trail. My first thought was 'Damn that's a big bobcat' as I got closer I realized that is was in fact a mountain lion that had come down to the dry river bed to feed. It was a female that had recently given birth, which was evident from it's hanging nipples, and she looked pissed off. I ride a lil further down the trails after unsuccessfully trying to get a clip of the lion with my phone. Not far I come across a young couple laying in the grass by the bike trails, cuddling and just being young people in love. I stopped and said 'Hey not trying to alarm you but I just saw an adult mountain lion not even fifty feet from where you guys are laying right now'. They just waved me off all nonchalant, no big deal like 'yeah thanks', pretty fucking blase about the prospect of being attacked by a hungry apex predator. Can't say I didn't try to warn em
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Shit like this is why I'll never understand when Americans are like "Australia is too scary all the animals want to kill you" apart from dickheads having 200 pound Pitbulls basically no animals can or will even attempt to harm you.
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I read once somewhere that the interior of the Australian continent is the most difficult environment for humans to survive in on all of Earth, but that was due to more factors than just deadly animals/insects. I'd be curious to compare which country has more dangerous animals and bugs. Just off the top of my head we have lions, bears, wolves, coyotes, bobcats, buffalo, sharks, alligators, rattlesnakes, 2 species of killer spiders, eagles and owls could probably kill a child or an elderly person. Idk our wildlife sounds pretty gnarly
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Sure; in theory.
But where you gonna find an owl thatís all ďFuck babies & old-ass people! I hates me those motherfuckers!Ē
Owls are usually pretty mellow & chill, feel me?
Except for that part about hacking up those pellets of mouse bones from all their tiny, terrestrial meals.
Thereís nothing chill about that.
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An owl killed my auntie's dog about fifteen years ago
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Really, in the Judaeo-Christian sense?
I don't understand what you mean by this. The owl killed her dog.
What you're doing is like if I made a thread that was about monster trucks and everyone started saying "Uh, just get a bicycle". I just wanna know how you guys wash your asses

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #169 on: May 15, 2022, 09:58:41 PM »
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I was riding my bike on some trails in the city about 8 years ago, I'm pedaling along behind some medical offices for specialist doctors in a wealthy, well kept area on a nice Spring day. About fifty feet ahead I see a big cat come out of the bushes and walk across the trail. My first thought was 'Damn that's a big bobcat' as I got closer I realized that is was in fact a mountain lion that had come down to the dry river bed to feed. It was a female that had recently given birth, which was evident from it's hanging nipples, and she looked pissed off. I ride a lil further down the trails after unsuccessfully trying to get a clip of the lion with my phone. Not far I come across a young couple laying in the grass by the bike trails, cuddling and just being young people in love. I stopped and said 'Hey not trying to alarm you but I just saw an adult mountain lion not even fifty feet from where you guys are laying right now'. They just waved me off all nonchalant, no big deal like 'yeah thanks', pretty fucking blase about the prospect of being attacked by a hungry apex predator. Can't say I didn't try to warn em
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Shit like this is why I'll never understand when Americans are like "Australia is too scary all the animals want to kill you" apart from dickheads having 200 pound Pitbulls basically no animals can or will even attempt to harm you.
[close]
I read once somewhere that the interior of the Australian continent is the most difficult environment for humans to survive in on all of Earth, but that was due to more factors than just deadly animals/insects. I'd be curious to compare which country has more dangerous animals and bugs. Just off the top of my head we have lions, bears, wolves, coyotes, bobcats, buffalo, sharks, alligators, rattlesnakes, 2 species of killer spiders, eagles and owls could probably kill a child or an elderly person. Idk our wildlife sounds pretty gnarly
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it sounds like it must be a beautiful place with all of the wildlife thatís able to inhabit where you live, but holy shit that sounds like a nightmare
I live in Central California, I was talking about the dangerous animals in the whole US. We have almost all of that stuff here though except for alligators and buffalo. It is beautiful here though by the way
What you're doing is like if I made a thread that was about monster trucks and everyone started saying "Uh, just get a bicycle". I just wanna know how you guys wash your asses

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #170 on: May 15, 2022, 10:25:33 PM »
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I was riding my bike on some trails in the city about 8 years ago, I'm pedaling along behind some medical offices for specialist doctors in a wealthy, well kept area on a nice Spring day. About fifty feet ahead I see a big cat come out of the bushes and walk across the trail. My first thought was 'Damn that's a big bobcat' as I got closer I realized that is was in fact a mountain lion that had come down to the dry river bed to feed. It was a female that had recently given birth, which was evident from it's hanging nipples, and she looked pissed off. I ride a lil further down the trails after unsuccessfully trying to get a clip of the lion with my phone. Not far I come across a young couple laying in the grass by the bike trails, cuddling and just being young people in love. I stopped and said 'Hey not trying to alarm you but I just saw an adult mountain lion not even fifty feet from where you guys are laying right now'. They just waved me off all nonchalant, no big deal like 'yeah thanks', pretty fucking blase about the prospect of being attacked by a hungry apex predator. Can't say I didn't try to warn em
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Shit like this is why I'll never understand when Americans are like "Australia is too scary all the animals want to kill you" apart from dickheads having 200 pound Pitbulls basically no animals can or will even attempt to harm you.
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I read once somewhere that the interior of the Australian continent is the most difficult environment for humans to survive in on all of Earth, but that was due to more factors than just deadly animals/insects. I'd be curious to compare which country has more dangerous animals and bugs. Just off the top of my head we have lions, bears, wolves, coyotes, bobcats, buffalo, sharks, alligators, rattlesnakes, 2 species of killer spiders, eagles and owls could probably kill a child or an elderly person. Idk our wildlife sounds pretty gnarly
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it sounds like it must be a beautiful place with all of the wildlife thatís able to inhabit where you live, but holy shit that sounds like a nightmare
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I live in Central California, I was talking about the dangerous animals in the whole US. We have almost all of that stuff here though except for alligators and buffalo. It is beautiful here though by the way
I undersold it a bit Aus definatly has animals that could kill people just no more that most countries and not like apex predator mammals. When you say owls could kill an elderly person is that purely from damage taken during an attack? An elderly person died from getting swooped by Magpies a few years back but they had a heart attack, not really the Magpies fault. Rattlesnakes are what scares me more. I walk past a red belly black snake every other day but it's chill it want nothing to do with people. It's potentially deadly but I think there's no recorded fatality for that species. I also once grabbed a brown snake thinking it was a price of wood and it didn't bite me whereas I think rattlesnakes don't fuck around. The middle and north Aus also have buffalo and gnarly camels but I didn't count them because not native but also pretty rare to be a problem for people.

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #171 on: May 15, 2022, 10:52:30 PM »
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I was riding my bike on some trails in the city about 8 years ago, I'm pedaling along behind some medical offices for specialist doctors in a wealthy, well kept area on a nice Spring day. About fifty feet ahead I see a big cat come out of the bushes and walk across the trail. My first thought was 'Damn that's a big bobcat' as I got closer I realized that is was in fact a mountain lion that had come down to the dry river bed to feed. It was a female that had recently given birth, which was evident from it's hanging nipples, and she looked pissed off. I ride a lil further down the trails after unsuccessfully trying to get a clip of the lion with my phone. Not far I come across a young couple laying in the grass by the bike trails, cuddling and just being young people in love. I stopped and said 'Hey not trying to alarm you but I just saw an adult mountain lion not even fifty feet from where you guys are laying right now'. They just waved me off all nonchalant, no big deal like 'yeah thanks', pretty fucking blase about the prospect of being attacked by a hungry apex predator. Can't say I didn't try to warn em
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Shit like this is why I'll never understand when Americans are like "Australia is too scary all the animals want to kill you" apart from dickheads having 200 pound Pitbulls basically no animals can or will even attempt to harm you.
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I read once somewhere that the interior of the Australian continent is the most difficult environment for humans to survive in on all of Earth, but that was due to more factors than just deadly animals/insects. I'd be curious to compare which country has more dangerous animals and bugs. Just off the top of my head we have lions, bears, wolves, coyotes, bobcats, buffalo, sharks, alligators, rattlesnakes, 2 species of killer spiders, eagles and owls could probably kill a child or an elderly person. Idk our wildlife sounds pretty gnarly
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Sure; in theory.
But where you gonna find an owl thatís all ďFuck babies & old-ass people! I hates me those motherfuckers!Ē
Owls are usually pretty mellow & chill, feel me?
Except for that part about hacking up those pellets of mouse bones from all their tiny, terrestrial meals.
Thereís nothing chill about that.
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An owl killed my auntie's dog about fifteen years ago
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Really, in the Judaeo-Christian sense?
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I don't understand what you mean by this. The owl killed her dog.

Very sorry to hear this, it is difficult losing a pet, especially in such circumstances.
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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #172 on: May 15, 2022, 10:55:39 PM »
My cat has been fixated on this one chipmunk who has a hole in our backyard. He likes to watch him from the porch and he waits for him practically every day. My girlfriend thought he just wanted to be friends with him but the other day he got a weird look in his rye and jumped through the balcony bars and landed on the little guy! Full gnar pounce. I wasnt ready and had to grab shoes and run down there make sure he didnt kill it or get bit or anything, turned out the little alvin dude got into his burrow in the nick of time and now I cant trust my cat on the porch at all. Hope Kader pounces on some zoobooks and makes a timeless brand zumiez can really market
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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #173 on: May 16, 2022, 04:59:25 AM »
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I was riding my bike on some trails in the city about 8 years ago, I'm pedaling along behind some medical offices for specialist doctors in a wealthy, well kept area on a nice Spring day. About fifty feet ahead I see a big cat come out of the bushes and walk across the trail. My first thought was 'Damn that's a big bobcat' as I got closer I realized that is was in fact a mountain lion that had come down to the dry river bed to feed. It was a female that had recently given birth, which was evident from it's hanging nipples, and she looked pissed off. I ride a lil further down the trails after unsuccessfully trying to get a clip of the lion with my phone. Not far I come across a young couple laying in the grass by the bike trails, cuddling and just being young people in love. I stopped and said 'Hey not trying to alarm you but I just saw an adult mountain lion not even fifty feet from where you guys are laying right now'. They just waved me off all nonchalant, no big deal like 'yeah thanks', pretty fucking blase about the prospect of being attacked by a hungry apex predator. Can't say I didn't try to warn em
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Shit like this is why I'll never understand when Americans are like "Australia is too scary all the animals want to kill you" apart from dickheads having 200 pound Pitbulls basically no animals can or will even attempt to harm you.
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I read once somewhere that the interior of the Australian continent is the most difficult environment for humans to survive in on all of Earth, but that was due to more factors than just deadly animals/insects. I'd be curious to compare which country has more dangerous animals and bugs. Just off the top of my head we have lions, bears, wolves, coyotes, bobcats, buffalo, sharks, alligators, rattlesnakes, 2 species of killer spiders, eagles and owls could probably kill a child or an elderly person. Idk our wildlife sounds pretty gnarly
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it sounds like it must be a beautiful place with all of the wildlife thatís able to inhabit where you live, but holy shit that sounds like a nightmare
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I live in Central California, I was talking about the dangerous animals in the whole US. We have almost all of that stuff here though except for alligators and buffalo. It is beautiful here though by the way
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I undersold it a bit Aus definatly has animals that could kill people just no more that most countries and not like apex predator mammals. When you say owls could kill an elderly person is that purely from damage taken during an attack? An elderly person died from getting swooped by Magpies a few years back but they had a heart attack, not really the Magpies fault. Rattlesnakes are what scares me more. I walk past a red belly black snake every other day but it's chill it want nothing to do with people. It's potentially deadly but I think there's no recorded fatality for that species. I also once grabbed a brown snake thinking it was a price of wood and it didn't bite me whereas I think rattlesnakes don't fuck around. The middle and north Aus also have buffalo and gnarly camels but I didn't count them because not native but also pretty rare to be a problem for people.

People look at me weird when I admit that Cassowaries are one of my biggest feared animals in Aus, having had one attack the side of a van once, the claws on its feet destroyed the door, not to mention its kamikaze charging tactics, damn dinosaur birds are gnarly.

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #174 on: May 16, 2022, 05:19:33 AM »
My cat has been fixated on this one chipmunk who has a hole in our backyard. He likes to watch him from the porch and he waits for him practically every day. My girlfriend thought he just wanted to be friends with him but the other day he got a weird look in his rye and jumped through the balcony bars and landed on the little guy! Full gnar pounce. I wasnt ready and had to grab shoes and run down there make sure he didnt kill it or get bit or anything, turned out the little alvin dude got into his burrow in the nick of time and now I cant trust my cat on the porch at all. Hope Kader pounces on some zoobooks and makes a timeless brand zumiez can really market
Heard he's thinking about doing some slap exclusive graphics
what quality posts do you have under your umbrella son of a bitch

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #175 on: May 16, 2022, 07:19:12 AM »
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My cat has been fixated on this one chipmunk who has a hole in our backyard. He likes to watch him from the porch and he waits for him practically every day. My girlfriend thought he just wanted to be friends with him but the other day he got a weird look in his rye and jumped through the balcony bars and landed on the little guy! Full gnar pounce. I wasnt ready and had to grab shoes and run down there make sure he didnt kill it or get bit or anything, turned out the little alvin dude got into his burrow in the nick of time and now I cant trust my cat on the porch at all. Hope Kader pounces on some zoobooks and makes a timeless brand zumiez can really market
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Heard he's thinking about doing some slap exclusive graphics

Yo since when does Danimals look like this? Definitely be a sick board graf

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #176 on: May 16, 2022, 08:04:56 AM »
A few times in my moms basement bats would crawl under the side door from the unfinished storage room and Iíd have to run around with a sheet and throw it up in the air to catch them
I always got one of my boys holdin a jar of leak and a fat blunt, so as soon as i land the trick we gettin wet you know?

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« Reply #177 on: May 16, 2022, 01:58:30 PM »
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Down for exotic small animal skateboards
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It's weird to think of these as 'exotic' - there's a family of them in my front yard.

But I fully support Kader and his crowd sourced marsupial skateboard brand.
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Where do you live that has sugar gliders?  Man america got trash small mammals. You go  to England and they just got hedgehogs running around being adorable and wild hamsters up in Northern Europe. And we get lame ass gray squirrels.
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Australia - my backyard is acres of old growth trees as part of a conservation area, so thereís heaps of critters. Over 100 birds observed, snakes, echidnas, wallabies, kangaroos, antechinus, possums, all kinds of stuff.

No panthers / big cats although some of the looser locals claim to have seen them.

Animals are way better than humans and Iím happy to share my veggie garden with the local wallabies who are real foodies, they love to test how everything tastes.
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If Iím ever in Australia Iím hitting you up. Iíll bring a six pack and some steaks if I can I just sit out  back and watch all the animals with you. Sounds so cool .
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Do it. Weíre off grid and have a wood fired hot tub. We sit in at dusk and watch all the critters come out for an evening of chaos.

Fun fact about sugar gliders, because of how the leap from tree to tree, they look fake. Their trajectory makes it look like bad CGI, itís a crazy thing to see.
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Oh hell yeah! My buddy in college had one and we used to have someone stand at the bottom of the stairs and it would leap from your hand and glide down onto on your arm. Theyíre cool little animals but I felt bad it had to live indoors.
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« Reply #178 on: May 16, 2022, 08:00:38 PM »
I saw grey whales today. Feels appropriate for this thread

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Re: kader of baker
« Reply #179 on: May 16, 2022, 08:18:27 PM »
Saw a tanuki in our yard the other day, he looked a little bit frazzled.

Spring tanukis can look pretty gnarly. Are they just shedding their winter fur, or are they looking for a place to die?
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