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Post your favorite animal, why and >greentexts
Maned wolf
>shy as fuck
>lonely as fuck
>cute
>omnivorous
>eats giant savannah apples to keep giant kidney worms at bay
>spread native plants seeds
>not a wolf, not a fox, not a doge he has his own clade
>loves the dry plains
>taller than most manlets you see at the gym
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>>672643
Coyote
>looks cool
>eats lesser animals
>pisses off farmers
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>>672643
Kind of a rare thing to hear around here and it stops me in my tracks.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w9vHS6JdHog
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>majestic
>biggest predator bird in urub
>can even watch it out of my window
>fishing enthusiast
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>>672643
Pic is the fruit it must eat to survive. It's called Lobeira (Wolf tree). It's really weird seeing a red doge silhouette in the night pulling some branches from a tree. You can see it's blue flower is similar to the potato, tomato, sceggplant etc because of it's closely related to them.
>>672734
>tfw never saw a eeeeagle
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>Invasive so I can kill as many as I want
>Tasty
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>tfw you only see birds and snakes sometimes when /out/
>tfw you only saw a cute fox a few years ago
Fuck Southern Europe in terms of fauna. Would gladly change a couple million people for animals if I could.
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Florida Panther
>endangered
>pretty as fuck
>powerful
>agile
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>>672770
>endangered
You're right about that. Canada is ready for a new NHL team.
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>>672777
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>>672749
they live near water almost like seagull

>always surrounded by meanish plebish crows but the eagle don't give a fuck
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>I like cats generally
>beautiful
>lives in solitary
>hides in the forest so extremely hard to see
>noble predator
>doesn't hibernate

Never seen one but the population has been growing for decades so maybe one day.
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>climbing expert
>chill as fuck
>works for the devil
>baaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
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>>672782
I saw one at Polar Park. They have various predators found in Norway including a wolf pack and bears.
bretty cool to see but I guess the experience of seeing them in the wild is cooler
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>>672789
The population is slightly under 3000 here in Finland so it's more than bears but I think people see more bears. And wolf population is ten times smaller. Never seen any of those animals in the wild. At least I see foxes sometimes.
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>>672780
Here is south america there are no eeagles : (. And harpies are nearly kill. I love Macaws though. Once went to a nest in a cliff face. Pretty nice. Giant ant eaters are one of my favorite animals because
>eat ants, I hate ants
>giant claws rawrr rawrr
>Baby camouflages in the mother's fur
>has a badass tail
>touched one in the wild before (yeah I was a retard)
>it has giant claws
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>Fast as fuck
>Easy(ish) to domesticate for muh falconry
>Keeps pigeons at bay
>Talons seem proportionately big to the rest of the bird
>Easier to see evolutionary traits in raptors
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>cute af
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>>672814
>capivara
Bem fofinha, amigo zuca.
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>>672810
>>672734
I love falcons, eagles, and hawks. There is an eagle that has a neetst right by my buddy's cabin in Wisconsin. It would always be out there fishing with us.

My favorite predator bird experience was a few years back
>be last day vacationing in FL, always would feed my leftover food to the seagulls on the beach
>always tons of them around, but today, not a seagull in sight
>look up, and notice a big ol' hawk or whatever just circling around and keeping the seagulls away
>finally one seagull flies up to me for a free meal
>seagull is just eating some bread a couple feet in front of me and this big hawk just dive bombs it
>hawk and seagull ball rolls around in the sand for a couple seconds, and big hawk just carries the full grown seagull off

There are a couple lakes around where herons and egrets just hang around waiting for me to catch something. Pic related. All big birds are awesome animals especially because they are normally smart.
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>>672819
Herons are shit , have held an osprey that was injured
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>>672643
Mine are hawks, have lots of encounters with them.
>at work, walking up small trail back to park headquarters
>mouse runs across trail an inch from my feet
>a juvenile coopers hawk swoops down, lands on my boot, looks up at me, and flys back to a tree

>driving work vehicle through parking lot
>see big loud commotion with a redtailed hawk
>watch for a minute and a half as the hawk fights and kills a squirrel, picking it up and dropping it many times

Also seen a hawk chase a squirrel around a tree, found feathers afterwards

Also many meetings witb red tailed hawks (pic related) and some great horned owls
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>>672827
>Herons are shit

Fuck you, Herons are awesome.
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>>672647
Coyotes
>look like a dog
>eats the tomato paste from ravioli cans while I'm sleeping
>pisses off campers because they fuck up all the cans you leave out
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>>672837
we shoot them where i work, and if we catch them by hand we snap their necks usually
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>>672643
bro that lanky-ass slenderman looking motherfucking faux fox is a terrible animal

id fucking shit my pants if I ever saw that demonic furry fucker in the woods
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>>672892
>hating maned wolfs
U wut m8. Luckly for you they don't live in wooded areas
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>>672782
>>672789
>>672800
Makes me happy to live in Canada. We have all these, but they are not endangered here. Have seen all of these animals just around where I live.
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Also just here is a canadan lynx.
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>>672906
Grey lynx are cute as fuck. I want to ear one purr.
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>>672906
10/10 would cuddle
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>>672837
They're invasive here. They eat EVERYTHIG. Frogs and tadpoles are the worst affected, but they also fuck up shallow fish ponds in people's yards.

They're pretty, but definitely something I would control as a pest.
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I saw a show about these guys on TV when I was young and they really fascinated me. They're kind of pretty in a weird, alien type way. Also, they remind me of the Combine ships from Half Life.
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>>673025
>tfw had two shells and both were missing/broken when I moved out
Goddamit
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Eastern Coyote
>all my life growing up in a rural area
>spend every day in the woods
>they're aways there
>you hardly ever see one
>hear them howling every night
>taking care of their cubs, yapping with one another
>terrorizing the shitty neighbor's shitty fowl
>they come to visit me when i campout
>stare at me with their glowing eyes from a distance
>howl all night
>always leave me alone
>they aren't afraid of me and i'm not afraid of them

https://clyp.it/jkqfuqyp
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Middle East Refugees
>all my life growing up in a rural area
>spend every day in the woods
>they're aways there
>you hardly ever see one
>hear them howling every night
>taking care of their cubs, yapping with one another
>terrorizing the shitty neighbor's shitty fowl
>they come to visit me when i campout
>stare at me with their glowing eyes from a distance
>howl all night
>always leave me alone
>they aren't afraid of me and i'm not afraid of them
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>>673045
i appreciate your attempt at keckles but you didn't have to parody my post anon :[

also you don't have a recording of them howling which would have taken the whole thing up at least a couple notches
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>>673045
>someone forgot the door open and now /pol/ is /out/
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Wat bird is this?

>back into parking spot next to fishin' hole
>in back of car taking rods n stuff out
>hear rustling from bushes right behind me
>bird is peeking around the corner
>30 seconds later, a pair of ducks come out from behind the bushes

Obviously people feed them. I had a dozen nightcrawlers and a honey bun so I fed the lazy fucks some lunch. And as soon as I started feeding the 3 birds, another pair of ducks came out of the bushes.

To add, the ducks down here are ugly compared to the Mallards that were in IL. These ones are black, white, and brown and the males especially have this ugly red head.
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>>673049
looks like an ibis m8. or as us sydneysiders call them, a bin chicken.

kill it with fire, kill it with fire with extreme prejudice
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>>673049
White ibis

Some of those "ducks" sound like geese, too. What state is this now?
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>>672858
Exactly. Coyotes are GOAT
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>>673053
Ahh, like ol' Sebastian. They are everywhere, but I just don't pay enough attention. At my one lake, they always eat the giant snails and other mollusks and the shells are everywhere.

>>673054
Nah, they are ducks. Pic related. I don't see many Canadian Geese around here. In fact, I'm not sure if I have ever seen one around here. Which is a good thing. They shit everywhere and they used to nest at some of my fishing spots in IL and they were mean as fuck. If you came within 50' of the nest, they would start giving you the angry eye. Within 30' and they start hissing, and by 15' they will charge at you.

Here in FL, there are also tons of those black birds that dive in the water to catch fish. They will sit in the water like ducks, but submerged more where you can only see their neck, head, and a small hump from their back. They are smaller than ducks tho. Anybody know what these are called?

I don't know the native wildlife enough here. In IL, it was pretty much mallards and Canadian geese at lakes and the occaisional heron.
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>>672780
>can't soar like an eagle when you fly with crows.jpg
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My favorite is the common loon. They spend the winter where I live so I never see their breeding plumage but I always love hearing them when out fishing.

>>673077
Those black birds are probably cormorants or possibly anhingas
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Does anyone have melancholy, nostalgic, lonesome or eerie high res wallpapers or photos in general? Anything really atmospheric.
Pic related
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>>673048

>My god, making fun of refugees?! On my 4CHAN??
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>>673276

what a brazenly off topic post.


no, I don't have any.
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>>673048
stop being a faggot. it's a joke, if you're so sensible that you can't accept it then quite the chan. they're trash tho
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>>673037
>link

I'd shit myself if I heard anything like that in the woods.
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>>673625
I remember the first time I took my friends camping in my woods and we were just barely setup and trying to get the fire to take purchase at around 9pm when the coyotes started howling all around us. they pretty much did schitt hemselves. frankly i kinda did a little too. i'm used to it now, but they still get kinda freaked-out when they hear them. if we're at the camp with a fire roaring it's not so bad, but we go for long spoopy walks through the woods late at night, and if the coyotes start up when we're in the middle of a thick pine forest or something it's unsettling as alldick.

here, have s'more:
https://clyp.it/pxtxxvzu
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>on skype call with friends from US and Canada
>they hear my indigenous frog of many songs
>they tell me to "shut up" my birds since they are so annoying
>raise the mic volume so all you hear is COQUI COQUI COQUI
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>>673639
nice! i love froggies. I live in the northeast US for a few weeks in the spring we're deafened by the "spring peepers". I don't have a great recording of them but this one's ok. there's some tree frogs in there too trying to compete

https://clyp.it/h0nybgxe
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>>673037
Coyotes sure are fun!
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>>673694
you are an unnecessary person
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>>672647
>>672858
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>>672772
Kek
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>>673697
The coyotes in my area are attributed 8 fawns per spring in deer kill. They have also been responsible for countless neighbor dog and live stock kills. This happy faggot was hanging out in the sheep pasture on the girlfriends farm. That said it sure was great to break in the .243, thanks Mr cayote!
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>>673697
coyotes are actually a problem species in the continental US. hell, some states have even introduced mange into populations in attempts to control them, it wasn't very successful, although it spread their numbers weren't really affected.

In my region, hunting them isn't as popular as most game, but it's heavily encouraged.
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>>674775
>>674796
eh. coyotes are like smallpox, only a problem for those who are vulnerable
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River Otters. They are so fascinating to watch. They run, they play, they socialize and have a good degree of intelligence.

I captured this guy back in October. He came up on my dock and I fed him a little walleye I caught earlier today. I even pet him. Cute little bastard.
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>>674875
Top cute anon.
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>>674800
>being this butt hurt about someone putting small caliber holes in your spirit animal.
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>>675208
>sharing in this much mutual buttpain
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Genet
>very elusive, only seen one once
>cute bushy enormous tail
>cat? squirrel? no one knows
>barely anyone knows it exists
>underrated feline
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>>675218
it's almost like a tanooki!
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Do skinwalkers count? I'm too scared to go with/out/ .50 Beowulf.
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>>673634
i love it when they go nuts and your in the woods. at first its like "fuck dude" then you jsut realize how awesome it sounds and giggle about it. because aint no yotes gunna hurt you.
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>Orange peels
>Bright as fuck
>Smells great
>Biodegradable
>Seems to piss off /out/
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Deer
>Easy to find in French forest
>Majestic as fuck
>Will probably see you while you don't see shit
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>>677957
yeah yotes ain't no thang. they're just a pack of rambunctious little scamps is what they are
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>>672643
Dragonflies are the best things here, too bad it's not summer/fall right now. Other than that it's just cute raccoons, opossums and armadillos.
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I love these guys. They look like desert salamanders. One of two venomous lizards that exist, the other being a close relative. The venom is 2x as toxic as a western diamondback rattlesnake, but they don't produce as much and their delivery system is not nearly as efficient. They essentially chew the venom in, relying on capillary action from teeth in their lower jaw to deliver the venom. I've only seen them three times, as they spend most of their time in a burrow. I've read that they only have to eat 4 or 5 times a year if they are extraordinarily inactive. Most zoos feed them twice a month.
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>>672643
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Wombats
They're like stoned badgers
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>>672643
Red stags I reckon. Majestic creatures. terrible eating though, aside from the heart.
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>>672643
OP your animal a shit, one bit me on the face while I was trying to suck it's dick :/
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See them all the time here in az and they beautiful animals make awesome blankets and taste amazing
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>>680686
how rude
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>>673634
Please transcribe that joke
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>>680682
Wow that rack!
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>>682322
At your service friend.

DRUNK FRIEND: a guy goes to get his physical... right?
ME: is this the one.... le sigh
DRUNK FRIEND: and doctor says uh, I gotta examine you know, your nuts. cough and everything, you know. Guy go... ya know... doctor says "drop your drawers" and the guy goes "ok" ya know. "do the coughing thing" doctor says "ok". doctor says "you've gotta stop masturbating" and, and the guy goes "why?" and the doctor says "because i'm trying to examine youaahaha"
COYOTES: BOOOOOOOOO!! BOOOOO!!!!! BOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!
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>>682584
I'm gonna assume you're a top tier chuck jones fan instead of a shit tier reddit fag.
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>>682614
i literally have never visited reddit. incidentally i think chuck jones is a genius and a visionary, but i don't quite understand what this has to do with my posts?
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>>682619

Only 2 kinds of people say le sigh. People who are consciously or subconsciously quoting the old pepe le pew cartoons or meme spewers from reddit.
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>>682640
oh, I actually picked it up from various channers †bh. one of them was a super cutey and whenever i'd flirt with him he'd say "le sigh" :3

i-i guess i'll show myself out
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>>682584
I got one for you that I remember my neighbor telling my dad while a 10 year old me was standing by. Took a couple years to figure it all out. Involved a doctor so this reminded me of it.

>Guy has some tennis elbow that has been bugging him, goes to his doctor to get it checked out
>Doc tells him "We have this great machine, all you have to do is provide a urine sample and it will tell us anything that is wrong with you!"
>Doc gives the guy a cup, tells him to come back tomorrow with some piss in it
>Guy thinks the machine is BS, gets his wife, daughter, and son to all piss into this cup and then he jerks off into it
>Brings cup back to the doc, doc runs it through the machine
>Doc says "Your son is on drugs, your daughter is pregnant, your wife has cancer..."
>"... And if you don't stop jerking off, your tennis elbow is never going to get better."

Sorry for wasting your time.

You wanna hear a really funny joke
>Women's rights.

Why don't women need watches?
>there's a clock on the stove

Why don't women need cars?
>it doesn't take a car to get from the kitchen to the bedroom
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>>682649
wow Peps, you just whipped from one extreme to the other so fast i almost got whiplash
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>>672643
>look cool as fuck
>eat shit-tier bugs
>not spiders
>did I mention they look cool as fuck?
>total bros and don't bite
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>>675218
I read for 10 seconds and found out that everything you said was false https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genet_%28animal%29
>has been caught for fur for a long time, even introduced to Europe
>tail is meh
>is a member of the viverridae
>not uncommon as a pet
>not even a feline
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>>672759
Share Recipes
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>>672643
didn't check to see if a dupe

obligatory
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Love roos. They're good fun to watch. Don't like hitting them in the car though. They're also great meat. Most of all though they're gorgeous little fuckers, especially if they're domesticated or used to humans do you can give them a pat or hand feed them.

Other than Roos also have wallabies, wombats, cheeky fucken kookaburras, echidnas, eagles, possums, as well as deer, pigs, foxes and rabbits for plenty of hunting. And there's shitloads of all of them around. I don't kill the native species or any birds because that's a cunt's act, apart from roos if you can get a property owners permission, but there's plenty of other shit to hunt that makes for a good stalk and usually good eating too. Fuck I love this country.
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>>672643
yeah we have foxes here too. silver and regular. very friendly. like to play around a lot and quite clever. I never got the whole fox hunting thing. They're such a bro tier animal. I mean a real man hunts something that can put the hurt on him with the most basic weapons. Fucking faggots with their 40x scope and 500 yard deer kills.
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I love to look for their shed antlers in the spring, I love to watch them grow during the summer, I love to hunt them in the fall and winter, and I love to eat them all year round.
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>>673025
>>682890
A+ taste. Too many vertebrates up in here.
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>>674796
They're so bad in my area that we get to hunt them 365 even at night.
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>>673053

>sacred ibis fairy tales #5071
>in ancient egypt we wuz kangs n shieeeet
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>>686053
Here's one from my area in southern Alabama... The Ant Lion. This little guy builds a sand pit that resembles a raindrop indentation at first glance. Passerby insects slide down into the inverted sand cone to their death. Baddassery level 9
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>>686102
Forgot vid... The one portrayed is an African species but we have a similar one
https://youtu.be/CWkfAyfBDHE
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>>672643
echidna
shy and kind of stupid
never bothers you
feels good to find one
if you sneak up on them (pretty easy IMO) they dig into the ground and you can pick them up with gloves or a blanket and they go really placid
eats termites and ants
you find baby ones just kind of wandering around
your dog will chase them and get spiked
lays eggs (why?)
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>>686102
>>686106
We have these in south Texas, too. You forgot that they are larvae. After they eat enough trapped passers-by, they change into flies.
It's like leveling up after a certain amount of murders. Like serial killer pokemon.
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>>686137
Larvae, true. I stand corrected. Scary little buggers. Waves to Texan ;)
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We had a burrow of these alongside where we walk our dog, watched them grow up from little baby foxes. Plus, they eat our neighbors cats

>>686021
VA here, I hate deer. no one's allowed to hunt them, so it's becoming a huge problem now.
we have record road deaths from deer strikes now and they're starting to attract coyotes into the urban areas, too, because they will come out and eat your garden in plain view during the daylight without giving a fuck.
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>>672643
He looks like the slenderman of the animal kingdom
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>edgy meerkat
>immune to snake venom
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