No, they're terrible pets because they are meant to be out flying around. Larger birds are especially bad, because they live so long and because they are smart, they get bored easily and need a lot of attention or they become crazy or depressed.
Is this the most heart-warming event ever caught on film?
that is just diabolical, I love it, but
my apologies this wasn't the intention with creating this thread
Not everything has an evolutionary reason; you have to be careful to avoid the trap of personifying evolution or assuming it acts rationally.
i think those were albatross or some other larger seabird
the seagull was the smaller one that showed up for half a second to grab a piece of meat that had fallen from the penguin before darting off
>the penguin just standing there and watching
this is legit my first time posting on /an/ bc the thread got moved. its neat comfy kinda feel.
Who the fuck just casually walks off and allows a bunch of dogs in a pool unsupervised?
The place I worked for would have taken the black one who barks in the face of the white one and scares them off around the 7 second mark out immediately.
I don't know if you've ever seen a dog brawl with like 5+ of them involved but they get fucking nasty quick. Bar fights in Slavic countries are probably more tame.
>things that never happened
Just re-stock the hamster balls and remember to turn the lights out when you're finished sweeping up, Milton..
I didn't know hedgies liked affection. I hear such mixed stories about them.
You're a recognizable good poster, is why, and I appreciate it. Have a good night.
I'm partial to quails myself, used to have a bunch when I lived with my grandma - cute fat stupid little borbs.
My dog would pick them up in her mouth and carry them around. For some reason, they never panicked and just let it happen. As soon as she put them back down they would just carry on like nothing happened.
this thread was actually created in /v/ yesterday
wonder what will happen to it once the boards are un-merged
There is a type of bird that hatches in really tall places and is then required by its parents to go down the hard way shortly after hatching, supposedly to avoid predators. This suicidal jump is actually normal and the documentary this bird comes from shows it has multiple siblings taking this same leap. [spoiler]Some actually make it alive and follow their parents, but one or two die to predators that were at the bottom.[/spoiler]
This is the saddest thing I have seen in all my years on 4chan
>Thread made on /v/
>Thread moved to /an/
>/an/ combined with /c/
Now we just need to turn this into a cute vidya girls thread and get it moved back to /v/ and we'll have come full circle
r8 my OC
I love this duck. He always wanted to be picked up, unlike his hens. I really miss having ducks. Nothing relieves stress like going home and picking up a nice squishy duck who can't wait to be fed.
BECAUSE HUMAN BABIES ACT THIS WAY DUMBY. It's your parenting instincts making you adore the cute thing (baby) so it stays safe till adulthood. It's good to listen to this instinct becus it givs you good :3 fee fees.
Funny enough, I taught one of my cats to scratch on my jeans pant leg while not hurting me. I just had to lean away from him enough times until he learned to pull -away- from my leg while he scratched.
It ruined some of my jeans, but I thought it was the coolest shit that he learned to be super gentle, so I didn't mind.
>threads starts out on /v/, goes to /an/, then merges with /c/
this thread has grown so much
It's just so pathetic to see this penguin begrudgingly accepting his fate as the shit penguin.
My eight week old kitten loves to climb up my shirt and perch on my shoulder. How long do I have until he grows out of it forever?
I'd think that, but the dog is specifically splashing water onto the fish, and I don't think dogs dig by just shoving their noses across dirt. If the dog really thought it was dirt, it'd use its paws, wouldn't it? And it's not like it'd direct the "dirt" directly onto the potential food.
I doubt that it really knows the fish needs water, but it also doesn't seem like it's trying to bury them.