I love animals.
From my experience normies fucking love to anger or scare cats because of le cats r jerks xD meme.
As someone that dumb when I was younger, sometimes you just see a small animal and really want to hold or pet them despite their current mood because you find them fascinating. Or think you can comfort them despite being what's riling them up. Got clawed and bit so many times as a kid.
My cat tends to get a bit peeved sometimes, usually when it has a tangle I haven't found or managed to remove yet, and it signals pretty clearly when it wants me to put on the thick glove for it to go to town on.
>Why would he keep petting?
Because it's the cats job to be fucking cute! That's why. That's the life it was born into and if it doesn't want to hold up it's part in being cute to get food and care, then I'd toss that fucker off my porch before he could even try to claw me. I don't love my pets unconditionally.. nigger better fake his affection or gtfo and let some other poor sod feed him.
Naw, jaguars kill by biting hard enough to puncture the brain or sever the spine. Croc's not going to be fighting anything now.
>How long before domesticated dogs evolve so that the can communicate with humans
They literally already have. Wolves don't bark most of the time like dogs do. Dog barking is mostly for the benefit of humans as we are able to tell what the dog wants/ is feeling by the type of bark. there are studies on this somewhere, but I'm too lazy to search for them right now.
Thats one of my favourite jokes. I'll play it on total strangers.
Can a newborn shark even survive on its own? I mean, I guess they don't really have to worry about predators, but still.
Animals are magnificent and interesting, dude. Reptiles may not love you like a dog, but they still have their own personalities and behaviors.
Some can see the wonder in the natural world, anon.
Yes, actually. For the most part sharks are completely independent from birth. They're generally good to go right off the top. They had a far shot at making it in the wild in this webm, and I guess that's the best you can hope for.
They aren't THAT simple, they do have an actual brain, not just a ganglia or a nerve network. They wouldn't have the same relationship to a human as a dog or a cat was because they haven't been bread for thousands of years for it, but I'm sure they know enough to get along with a person.
That's a vague term.
The most dangerous most commonly encountered animal in the world is the Moose.
If you're talking about "dangerous" in terms of "deadliest" that's the Common house cat, they kill more than any other animal and one of the few animals that kill just for fun.
Hippo's are still insanely dangerous, but I wouldn't go as far to say they're the MOST dangerous.
early childhood is so fucking weird. you basically spend your first five years of life as a miniature court jester in service to the adult women in your vicinity. just getting laughed at all day every day because you're endearingly stupid.
That was quite the epic face plant. even held it for a few miliseconds, that takes true dun fucked up talent right there.
no matter how many times i watch this, it never seems to lose its charm.
>The jaguar has an exceptionally powerful bite, even relative to the other big cats. This allows it to pierce the shells of armored reptiles and to employ an unusual killing method: it bites directly through the skull of prey between the ears to deliver a fatal bite to the brain.
These cunts will bite through a turtle.