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Posts Tagged "kids" By Zster (24) Posts by anyone

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Mar 23, 2022Mar 2022

Posted by dalefvictor
This is a picture of Tigger, he has been sick for a while. We took him to the vet and got medicine, but unfortunately he passed today. The good thing about pets is that they give you a lot of love, the bad thing is that it comes to an end. He will be...
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Oct 15, 2020Oct 2020

Posted by dalefvictor
Kate, who has gained a little weight lately, due to her disease, finally said, "I finally get why ft ladies have a number of cats, it is because they have better access to food and can eat every time their human does." We do not mean any disrespect ...
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Jun 3, 2020Jun 2020

Posted by Allamanda
from Mike Strick, in UK. Every year in early summer, the stag beetles emerge to find mates. They have spent the first five to seven years of their life underground as larvae and now have just a few short weeks to live as adults. Every year I'm ...
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Aug 27, 2019Aug 2019

Posted by Insectra
My first Atlas moth eclosed! It's a boy!! Isn't he incredible? Look at those perfect "snake head" markings on his wingtips.
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Jun 6, 2019Jun 2019

Posted by Remi
We've been having some nice low tides here in Oregon so I've been out tidepooling and finding all kinds of fun stuff!
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May 13, 2019May 2019

Posted by FatherOfNyx
Got lucky with this one.. I was picking up some equipment and walked over to the edge of the drive. I started hearing a hissing sound. Being that I was around a bunch of pipelines, I thought maybe a pipe was leaking. Took me a second to realize that...
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Jan 8, 2019Jan 2019

Posted by Leafhead
A couple of shots of "Redneck", my male Green Anole
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Nov 23, 2018Nov 2018

Posted by TrevorDawson
Thought you guys might get a kick out Happy, the Singapore blue tarantula! The drab one is mine. The other three is what she’ll grow into! You’ll also never catch me handling her! Though not as spastic as Indian ornamentals, they have a slight ...
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Nov 2, 2018Nov 2018

Posted by Islandgurl
Scolopendra subspinipes, invasive and fairly common in Hawaii. I've been told that their bite is extremely painful.
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Aug 23, 2018Aug 2018

Posted by Leafhead
American Dagger Moth caterpillar
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Aug 19, 2018Aug 2018

Posted by misternatureboy
Oh wow just discovered this group YAY I'm a swimming instructor and try not to let the kids get distracted during their lessons but if I see a bug floating on the water I will always save it and involve the kid in the hope that he/she will develop ...
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Aug 13, 2018Aug 2018

Posted by seaspot_run
No photo, BUT, I found this critter on my windshield leaving a heavily-wooded event in West Central Florida yesterday! Never seen one before!
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Jul 25, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by walklightly
tiny day today, so this is the wee-est moth i have encountered so far - in southern india. less than 1 cm wing span.
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Jul 20, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by AstralSmoke
This is one I don't believe I've ever seen before.
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Jul 10, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by graceylou
It's almost that time of the year again. Kids' Camp at the local Vet Hospital. I will be bringing Dash the ghost cornsnake once again for Reptile Day. These kids have interest in animal husbandry and in becoming a veterinarian one day. They learn ...
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Jul 2, 2018Jul 2018

Posted by Insectra
I'm on vacation until July 10th and I'm traveling to Montana with a co-worker and her kids. The trip is great so far however I'm worried that my friends and won't baby my caterpillars quite like I do normally. Here are some caterpillar pics from ...
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Jun 5, 2018Jun 2018

Posted by OpposingOpposum
Kids caught a very militant anole today. Not pictured: the anole savaging my smaller son. Couldn't get picks because I had to separate the combatants.
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May 25, 2018May 2018

Posted by graceylou
Someone mentioned they were coming out with a Lucas the Spider plushie. Here he is!!! It's great seeing people's comments about Lucas helping kids (and adults) getting over their fear of spiders. It seems he's so popular the ...
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May 11, 2018May 2018

Posted by Insectra
I found a , , wild cecropia moth cocoon while salamander hunting in early March. I noticed in my FB feed that I've posted emerging cecropias on this day in previous years, so I went to check on the cocoon (which I had just tucked into a wreath that ...
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Apr 17, 2018Apr 2018

Posted by graceylou
Some of the snakes in my life. The first pic is of Lestat my ATB. I love his mean face. He isn’t much for handling but definitely one of my favourite babies. The second pic is a baby garter snake that got into the building at work last fall. I ...
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Mar 19, 2018Mar 2018

Posted by OpposingOpposum
I like when the Geckos get on my laundry room window. The combination of their white undersides and the fogged up windows makes for a weird visual.
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Feb 12, 2018Feb 2018

Posted by NothinnXpreVails
I work outside and take a lot of pics Southeast Texas, gulf coast, swamps, forests, urban, rural, etc. No telling what I’ll come across.
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Posted by dalefvictorThis is a picture of Tigger, he has been sick for a while.

Posted by BudgieSo one night my brother finds a carpet python inside, the other night I nearly trod on one coming in the door, tonight there was one in the chicken coop.

Posted by BudgieSo one night my brother finds a carpet python inside, the other night I nearly trod on one coming in the door, tonight there was one in the chicken coop.

Posted by ZsterMy first Monarch since moving here! I started a butterfly garden two years ago, specifically targeting monarchs and swallowtails.

Posted by InsectraThis is my girl Space Ghost (I thought she was a male when I named her).

Posted by InsectraThis is my girl Space Ghost (I thought she was a male when I named her).

Posted by InsectraThis is my girl Space Ghost (I thought she was a male when I named her).

Posted by InsectraA cute grey treefrog (Hyla versicolor) that I found in my birch tree, this afternoon. His camouflage was great and I only discovered him when I heard him calling.

Posted by InsectraA cute grey treefrog (Hyla versicolor) that I found in my birch tree, this afternoon. His camouflage was great and I only discovered him when I heard him calling.

Posted by InsectraA cute grey treefrog (Hyla versicolor) that I found in my birch tree, this afternoon. His camouflage was great and I only discovered him when I heard him calling.

Posted by InsectraA cute grey treefrog (Hyla versicolor) that I found in my birch tree, this afternoon. His camouflage was great and I only discovered him when I heard him calling.

Posted by InsectraA cute grey treefrog (Hyla versicolor) that I found in my birch tree, this afternoon. His camouflage was great and I only discovered him when I heard him calling.

Posted by InsectraSpring amphibian migration in Pennsylvania is well under way! Most of these are Jefferson's salamanders, one of our earliest moving amphibians and a species of special concern in Pennsylvania.

Posted by InsectraSpring amphibian migration in Pennsylvania is well under way! Most of these are Jefferson's salamanders, one of our earliest moving amphibians and a species of special concern in Pennsylvania.

Posted by InsectraSpring amphibian migration in Pennsylvania is well under way! Most of these are Jefferson's salamanders, one of our earliest moving amphibians and a species of special concern in Pennsylvania.

Posted by InsectraSpring amphibian migration in Pennsylvania is well under way! Most of these are Jefferson's salamanders, one of our earliest moving amphibians and a species of special concern in Pennsylvania.

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