agent-thirtmeme

<p><b><text style=color:rgb(0,0,0)>name:</text style>Sharon Carter <br><b></b><text style="color:black">the game:</text style> hahahaha</p> <p><b><text style=color:rgb(0,0,0)>GOALS:</text style></B> spreading kitten-love and government-sanctioned badassery</b></p> <p><b><p style="color:navy"> my ask box is open! feel free to drop by sometime.</b></p> <p><p style=color:rgb(102,0,102)>[modRayn: currently military, will answer any questions you have as long as i know the answer and it doesn't violate security ^_^ i know the navy the best, admittedly...]</p> <p><p style=color:rgb(102,0,102)>[modRayn: moderator notes will be tagged as 'mod trash' in case you wanna avoid them in the extremely rare case i do say something ooc]</p>

total posts: 7630
updated: 0.8 hours ago

agent-thirtmeme
Posted: 71.2 hours ago
kxmxlxh: animal-factbook: Dogs are excellent nannies in the animal world. Their kind and caring characteristic has earned them the reputation of “mother of all animals”. Even though the animals that they look after aren’t within their species, their intellectual ability allows them to quickly adapt to the behaviour of the particular animal that they are caring for. we don’t deserve dogs
agent-thirtmeme
Posted: 134.6 hours ago
lampfaced: nanonaturalist: demonladytakkuri: nanonaturalist: Barn Owls are THE BEST. They are in a separate family from all other North American owls, and instead of whoo hoooting they do the TV STATIC SCREAM FROM YOUR NIGHTMARES. Gotta love the raptor presentations at the state parks! This was at Lockhart State Park tonight at our Master Naturalist meeting. These presenters rehabilitate injured birds of prey through Austin Wildlife Rescue (austinwildliferescue.org), an organization that always NEEDS VOLUNTEERS to help out with the adorable baby animals. If you’re in Central Texas, check them out! June 18, 2018 The barn owls are members of the family “tytonidae” while every other owl species is a member of the “strigadae” family. While we typically think of owls like the one in the original post as being barn owls, every species in the family can technically be considered a barn owl. This includes the various species of masked owls which are relatively similar to your common barn owl As well as both varieties of sooty owl which are strikingly different than the common barn owl There are also the grass owls which are behaviorally different than other barn owls in their habits of living on the ground rather than trees And the two odd tytos out, the red owl and ashy faced owl respectively. Scientists know almost nothing about the former and no individuals have been kept in captivity despite being discovered quite some time ago. Even photographs of it are rare, but it appears to be an orange barn owl with a pink face. Structurally speaking, barn owls actually have very few traits in common with strigadae owls as their face and beak shapes and proportions are entirely different. There are also differences in their legs and talons, while their similarities are limited to feather composition, ear placement, spinal structure, and binocular vision among a few other internal components. That being said, barn owls are far from the only family of non-hooting owls as hooting is almost exclusive to larger species, typically genus Strix or bubo. Many other species will trill, screech, and/or hiss. Barn owls are rather unique in having an incredibly keen sense of hearing, even in comparison to other owls. They can hear and discern between different heartbeats and triangulate the sound perfectly due to their satellite dish-like face shape. In addition, this barn owl is not actually Tyto alba, it’s a Tyto furcuta, T. alba is the species native to Western Europe while T. furcuta is native to North America. Many thanks for this owlditional quality content. I give three screams of approval 👍 bay owls (genus Phodilus) are in Tytonidae and they are some of my favorite owls of all time. they can be found in Southeast Asia, and some sites claim central Africa as well but I’m not sure? they can shut their eyes and look eyeless OR OPEN THEIR EYES WIDE THIS AND LOOK LIKE DEMONS did I mention they have the best judgemental faces because of their eye positioning and babies look like tiny demonic gryphons last I went looking, not a lot is known about bay owl behavior aside from general Tyto habits. I just know they’re so out there appearance-wise and I love them so much for it.
agent-thirtmeme
Posted: 141.6 hours ago
cavityqueen: my friend works in the grooming department at PetSmart and they just bought a bunch of puppy safe hair chaLK I AM DEAD
agent-thirtmeme
Posted: 151.4 hours ago
thosekidswhohuntmonsters: iwritethemworlds: reylo-junkyard: novitae: cupcakeemily34: badveganwolf: imran-suleiman: Photographer Mattias Klum from National Geographic gets close and personal with a lion. “and all of a sudden you feel very small” damn right IT JUST WANTS TO BE LOVED AND SAVED please, if you are able, do what you can for the asiatic lion. donate, get involved, spread information. there are only about 300 left in the world, and they all live in Gir Forest National Park in India. the african lion is also estimated to be extinct by 2050 due to habitat loss, sport hunting, and loss of their prey base to the bushmeat trade. these beautiful creatures could be extinct in our lifetime. the next generation may not ever have the chance to see these creatures, there will be no more cute lion vines, there will be no more documentaries, there will be no more zoos or sanctuaries containing lions. there will be no more lions. if you have any love for nature, any love for animals, any love for life, and if you care at all about the permanent loss of a species, especially one so beautiful and iconic, if you care and if you are able, please donate to help save lions. The Lion Conservation Fund The African Wildlife Foundation The World Wildlife Foundation Not relevant to my blog, but my inner nature lover is calling Saw someone once posted a review on a book that said lions dont live in India; sad that some people dont even know they exist. WE DONT OWN THIS PLANET AND WE SHOULDNT HAVE THE POWER TO MAKE OTHER SPECIES GO EXSTINCT! YOUR DAILY CHOICES MATTER IMMENSELY AND WE ARENT AS HELPLESS IN ALL OF THIS AS WE THINK!!
agent-thirtmeme
Posted: 434.1 hours ago
buckykingofmemes: hellenhighwater: As a general rule, I try my best to limit this blog’s content to Bucky things, but I’ve got sort of a bird-mergency that I think merits the breaking of my usual policy. I have a pair of ringneck doves named Arson and Larceny (Arson is the white one who looks like she wants to set fires) and while I was very busy with finals, they laid a couple eggs. I swapped them out with fakes and thought nothing of it. Unbeknownst to me, they laid two more eggs behind the fakes, and brooded all four eggs. It only takes two weeks for ringnecks to hatch. I woke up the morning after my biz law final to a mysterious high-pitched peeping noise. Meet Forgery and Fraud, the fake eggs that hatched. Right now, they’re just over three weeks old, and are still sort of scrawny and lumpy and sweet, like all young ringnecks. They’ll be fully grown by the end of January. I can’t keep them–their parents won’t tolerate other adults in their space, and I don’t have room to set up a second dove house. I’m trying to find them a new home. Ringnecks are ideal pets! They’re a domesticated species, with gentle feet and beaks, so no biting, scratching, or chewing. They have very soothing voices and are more than happy to spend time with their chosen companion, who can be either a person or another ringneck dove. They need an enclosure that’s about three feet cubed, but not narrower than two feet in any direction. And they’re seed eaters, so it’s easy and inexpensive to keep them fed. I’m happy to talk with anyone about the kind of care they need. Forgery and Fraud are people-friendly; I handle them for at least an hour a day to help socialize them. They can be homed as a pair or as individuals. I’m in Michigan, but I’m willing to roadtrip a good distance to help find them a good home. Please message me if you’re interested in them! If you’re not interested in keeping these crime babies, I would very much appreciate a reblog to help spread the word. I’ll probably make another post when they’re grown if I haven’t found them homes by then. Thanks, everyone! Mod Hell Sorry, I accidentally posted this directly to my personal blog instead of here, but this is me!
agent-thirtmeme
Posted: 496.9 hours ago
bibliofilariidae: electrovert: She’s getting so much love and it’s what she deserves GROWTH 😭
agent-thirtmeme
Posted: 551.2 hours ago
thebaconpancake: I don’t know what’s going on here - but it has my full support.