Lol I have a puggle, she's the laziest creature on the planet most of the time, unless some poor squirrel or rabbit happens to have a pulse in our yard. She's never caught a squirrel, but the rabbits aren't always quite nimble enough to avoid disembowelment.ShadowKittyCat said:Then there's the wild, allusive.....
PUGGLE (he's an old dog now)
He used to be wild enough to be counted as one (as in randomly biting his best friend's neck as a threat and biting a collie next door when he's usually calm and hungry)
Lol I've got a whole lot of kooky stories I could tell, but despite being the bane of woodland trespassers, Bella is quite domestic, and that's not quite what this thread is about, lol.ShadowKittyCat said:My dog stands still and or tries jumping out of the bath with the saddest eyes
My dogs will roll in and Dawkins (the puggle) will eat anything dead. He found a dead baby bird and ate half of it for mom to find
Can I show my friend the crayfish va copy paste and textThe Crayfish King said:Lol I've got a whole lot of kooky stories I could tell, but despite being the bane of woodland trespassers, Bella is quite domestic, and that's not quite what this thread is about, lol.
So in the spirit of the thread, here's some wildlife from the huge pond by my dad's yard:
The thing that looks like a big rock is actually a turtle:
Lol sureFish FL said:Can I show my friend the crayfish va copy paste and text
Yeah, they sure are little. They usually hide among the shoreline rocks, but this year the water level has been fairly low, so not as many hiding spots were available by the shore. I'm sure that there are plenty of hiding place further from shore though. Last year, if you poked the rocks with a stick, dozens of them would come out of the woodwork. I've also got a picture of them swarming a little piece of hamburger I gave them (after running under tap water for about five minutes to remove as much excess grease as I could)ShadowKittyCat said:Oh my lord is that a baby cray fish?
It's so little-
Those are pretty sweet looking cows, though, and thanks I'm glad to be alive lol. The joys of being born and raised in the country in Florida. When I was in the Marines some of my buddies were like, "there's a country part in Florida?" That's partly how the CowBoY part started.DoubleDutch said:Glad you're still alive man hahaha !!!! We are stuck with the wildlife that is the most "soft" there is. Slip over a non poisoness frog is the biggest risk I think hahaha.
Oops.mist some posts. Was reffering to CowBoYReX
Most dangerous animals overhere are cattle
Mine are both types of jumping wolf spiders, I think Bhatti's are what we call crab spiders, what do you call them?Platylover said:Ooh... What type of spiders are those? They look awesome, I love spiders...
Not sure the exact species you are talking about, but if it is a skink it is not poisonous. There aren't any poisonous skinksBhatti said:Platylover, CowBoYReX
I see red tailed, black white striped skink sometimes in my house. its famous as "saanp kI khala"(snake aunt) here and considered venumous. so from childhood until few days ago, I was afraid of it.
yeah it has beautiful color. usually I see gray colored crab spider here, but it was found in a forest resort.
That's sad mabey you could use some sort of recovery software like recuva.CowBoYReX said:I like them and atlas moths, I don't know why I haven't any luna moth pics. I do think I lost quite a few photos when my pc crashed not long ago :'(
Humm... I thought all moths had fuzzy antennae?!? She definitely has moth-like eyes and abdomen tho...Aquaphobia said:Could be a female moth. They're not the ones searching for a mate so they don't need the extra surface area for detecting pheromones