>tfw new board!
What are you anons doing to save the ecosystem?
>tfw i somehow accidently came across this board when trying to go to /an/
What the fuck? What day was this board created?
Well anyways, here's a snek
>Due to cuts in government funding for the arts and our spring break trip to mootxico, we've had to combine a few boards. Try and make some new friends!
That game looks really neat. Seems like it'd be pretty educational to understand how many species of snakes are such good climbers.
People who do this should be shot.
/can/ we have a cute pig thread?
Art and cosplay welcome, post your best android waifu pictures.
We need some cute lolis doing cute things!
Why did apes lose their tail?
Was there any evolutionary advantage to not having a tail? Was it simply that it was no longer needed, so growing one was wasted energy and nutrition? Or was it just dumb chance that the common ancestor of apes didn't have a tail (or perhaps the lack of a tail moved it down a trajectory separate from that of monkeys)?
/an/ is better qualified to give relevant examples of vestigial appendages disappearing/not disappearing than an open-ended search in the library.
It's the world WIDE web.
I want to chat with Nori via popular web mesenger!
/pol/ here, I don't want to go back
I have phobia about horse and pony
Then go to /qa/ and complain.
Either join in the fun here and post something related or go away.
Can we have a weird marine-life thread? Post pictures of weird marine-life
Hestia is bestia!
This is one April Fools joke that wasn't funny.
>tfw /can/ is the most cute and peaceful merge
April Fools DOUBLE EXTRA CUTE EDITION also anime
/herp/ reptile classifieds for finding breeders of various scaled and sundry creatures
>reptilescanada.com (Canadian breeders)
>Also check to see if there are any annual reptile shows/expos in your area as these are good places to find good animals from good breeders at partial discount
/herp/ officially official all purpose care sheet of wonder and magic
>qt herps are NOT for sexual
>sand a shit
>use a thermostat
>read all the caresheets
>set up your tank before you get your herp
>regulate temps & humidity levels prior to herp arrival
>do not fuck with (handle) your herp for at least 7 days after bringing it home and ideally wait until herp has eaten at least one meal (for snakes), two meals for lizards, frogs, etc.
>PVC tanks are way better for most applications and worth the extra money
>it is best to avoid chain pet stores when looking to purchase live animals as mass breeder suppliers are not especially careful about health and sound genetics... it often saves you money long term to spend a little extra up front to get a healthy animal
>Jump Start (formerly Hydrofarm) thermostat is a good basic and inexpensive thermostat for regulating ceramic heat emitters and under tank heaters (Amazon sells it)
>if you want something more advanced for temperature control, look at Herpstat products
Just wanted to go over a couple of guidelines for posting on /c/ if you are new here and a friendly reminder for those who aren't.
Try to avoid making single-image requests. Making a single image thread deletes a previous thread from the last page. Please include 4 to 5 similar images in your thread to get it going. Use resources like danbooru, gelbooru or even Google Image Search.
Check the catalog to avoid making a duplicate thread. This way, we can share and contribute more images more effectively and efficiently.
If bumping a thread, please include a picture instead of just writing 'bump' and please do not necrobump threads that have reached their image limit. This restricts the diversity and natural flow of the board. Threads are meant to come and go and sometimes they are even better the next time around.
Finally, as much as /a/ is a discussion board, /c/ is a board for sharing images. Please respect the threads of other users and they will do the same to yours as well!