This is my 6 year old German Shepherd, Heidi. When she was a puppy a bee stung her when she accidentally stepped on it. Since that day she has held a vendetta for bees and only bees. She snaps them out of the air if they get too close, kicks them around a bit for laughs and then eventually smears their guts across the concrete. SHe doesn't mind other bugs or flying insects, just bees. Enjoy.
My Brachypelma.vagans "Vega" G.Vega kills cricket
Have you ever heard the most dangerous part of being near a baby bear cub is the mother? Well the same applies for snakes :D
yyeepppp so im gonna start breeding them and kepping them as pets, not the giant ones just the ones the size of like a pinkie finger nail. i want to introduce some orange genetics into my starains and see if i can get some cool colors! i might have them for sale to and if your wondering they maakkkee absolutely adorable and very fun pets they dont bite or sting and are easy and fun to breed i raised thme a few years back for a school progect in rather harsh consitions and they did amazingly!!! they actually arents bugs they are realated to crabs and lobsters and need moisture in there enviorment because they breath through gills! here is a link to a care sheet giantisopod.com
US & New Zealand: GIANT SQUID Somewhere in the deep dark alien world of the great oceans is one of the most mysterious creatures of the modern age -- the Giant Squid. Once believed to be a terrifying sea monster, but now seen as this century's greatest natural detective story, the Giant Squid is still out there, somewhere and yet no human has ever seen one alive and in its natural habitat. USA & Australia: ANIMAL PHANTOMS Is it possible that the bond between humans and their pets can be so strong that they can't be separated even by death? Animal X meets a number of people who have encountered ghostly apparitions in an attempt to separate fact from fiction and look for possible explanations. International: KAMIKAZE MATING Insects and arachnids first appeared on earth around 400 million years ago. Today more than a million species survive making this ancient class of creatures by far the most successful to ever roam the planet. But evolutionary success isn't easy, and in a world where survival rests on the ability to reproduce, the race to procreate has created some unusual behaviour... Animal X explores the world of Kamikaze mating.
Runcorn Reptiles enters the barclays take one small step competition. Your support is needed.
The final insallation in the qwirky story of Fluke Fly Swatter and Jabba the Bot.
Pictures of Dogs In Halloween Costumes with a MIDI version of Thriller as background music.
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