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losingmymindtonight: rapid-artwork: fedoraspooky: sir-p-audax: bogleech: did-you-kno: Giant tarantulas keep tiny frogs as pets. Insects will eat the burrowing tarantulas’ eggs - so the spiders protect the frogs from predators, and in return the frogs eat the insects. Source This has blown my mind for years. It’s so unreal. It’s almost the same exact reason humans and cats started living together. Tiny frogs are tarantula housecats. A science fact seldom gets to sound that much like meaningless word salad. This is legit, guys. And I’m excited about it. Someone needs to draw a tarantula person with a tiny pet housefrog now. Please let this be a thing. How is this? it all makes sense now Wait is Tom fiddlestick supposed to be the frog or the spider in this situation? : did you know? didyouknowblog.com Giant tarantulas keep tiny frogs as pets. Insects will eat the burrowing tarantulas' eggs so the spiders protect the frogs from predators, and in return the frogs eat the insects di dyouknowblog.com Photo Credit: Francesco Tomasinelli losingmymindtonight: rapid-artwork: fedoraspooky: sir-p-audax: bogleech: did-you-kno: Giant tarantulas keep tiny frogs as pets. Insects will eat the burrowing tarantulas’ eggs - so the spiders protect the frogs from predators, and in return the frogs eat the insects. Source This has blown my mind for years. It’s so unreal. It’s almost the same exact reason humans and cats started living together. Tiny frogs are tarantula housecats. A science fact seldom gets to sound that much like meaningless word salad. This is legit, guys. And I’m excited about it. Someone needs to draw a tarantula person with a tiny pet housefrog now. Please let this be a thing. How is this? it all makes sense now Wait is Tom fiddlestick supposed to be the frog or the spider in this situation?

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paramud: personal-scientist: draconym: themaishi: draconym: Mutualistic pairs for an “Odd Couples” Valentine’s program at my work. (Why do so many of my big work projects revolve around Valentine’s programs?) Also, by “sea bugs,” I obviously meant “gnathiid isopod larvae.” The himan one is not as good as the rest If you mean the mutualism between humans and honeyguides, I respectfully disagree. Human/honeyguide mutualism is one of the most sophisticated interspecies relationships in the animal kingdom. While humans have domesticated many other animals for their labor, the honeyguide remains entirely wild while electing to partner up with humans. Both humans and honeyguides have each developed specific calls to signal to one another that they are on the hunt, and these calls greatly increase the likelihood of success. According to this paper: The production of this sound increased the probability of being guided by a honeyguide from about 33 to 66% and the overall probability of thus finding a bees’ nest from 17 to 54%, as compared with other animal or human sounds of similar amplitude. That’s fucking bonkers, you guys!!! There are people out there who over the course of human history have created a sound to communicate with birds, and the birds themselves have a Human Call they use to communicate with us. There is no other wild animal you can just make noises at and immediately communicate that you want it to come help you!!! What’s more, many scientists consider this relationship more exploitative on the honeyguide’s end than on our end! That’s unprecedented!! These birds have essentially negotiated a trade deal with humanity!!!! This is the stuff of fantasy movies, except it’s real. Here’s an article from The Guardian about the broader implications of this kind of relationship with wild animals. It’s a good read: Apart from with our gut bacteria, we humans don’t really have any mutualistic relationships with other creatures. There is no special tune that we can sing to magically attract nearby hedgehogs into our gardens to feast on slugs. There will never be a special wink that fishermen can offer otters, encouraging them to catch fish that we might then de-bone for them, in return for some of the catch. The world is poorer for this. OKAY BUT the noise we make at honeyguides is one of my favorite noises there is, and if y’all haven’t heard the “BRRR-HM?” call that hunters use to summon honeyguides you are SERIOUSLY missing out. There’s an audio clip on the Audobon Society’s article about them [link] @metalpaca : I HAVE TINY CRUSTACEANS STUCK IN MY GILLS! I'M HUNGRY FOR SEA BUGS! WHITETIP SHARK CLEANER WRASSE I NEED SOMEONE TO CARRY MY POLLEN TO OTHER FLOWERS I NEED NECTAR TO EAT! TICKSEED FLOWERS BUCKEYE BUTTERFLY l'M LOOKING FOR A BIG MEAL, BUT I NEED HELP FINDING A DEER I WANT TO EAT VENISON, BUT I'M TOO SMALL TO HUNT DEER! COMMON RAVEN COYOTE I NEED SOMEONE TO KEEP ANTS FROM EATING MY EGGS! I WANT A HOME WITH A BODYGUARD AND FREE ANT DELIVERY INCLUDED! COLOMBIAN LESSERBLACK TARANTULA DOTTED HUMMING FROG M. TILLERY - CYANEUS.COM /w/Av[ paramud: personal-scientist: draconym: themaishi: draconym: Mutualistic pairs for an “Odd Couples” Valentine’s program at my work. (Why do so many of my big work projects revolve around Valentine’s programs?) Also, by “sea bugs,” I obviously meant “gnathiid isopod larvae.” The himan one is not as good as the rest If you mean the mutualism between humans and honeyguides, I respectfully disagree. Human/honeyguide mutualism is one of the most sophisticated interspecies relationships in the animal kingdom. While humans have domesticated many other animals for their labor, the honeyguide remains entirely wild while electing to partner up with humans. Both humans and honeyguides have each developed specific calls to signal to one another that they are on the hunt, and these calls greatly increase the likelihood of success. According to this paper: The production of this sound increased the probability of being guided by a honeyguide from about 33 to 66% and the overall probability of thus finding a bees’ nest from 17 to 54%, as compared with other animal or human sounds of similar amplitude. That’s fucking bonkers, you guys!!! There are people out there who over the course of human history have created a sound to communicate with birds, and the birds themselves have a Human Call they use to communicate with us. There is no other wild animal you can just make noises at and immediately communicate that you want it to come help you!!! What’s more, many scientists consider this relationship more exploitative on the honeyguide’s end than on our end! That’s unprecedented!! These birds have essentially negotiated a trade deal with humanity!!!! This is the stuff of fantasy movies, except it’s real. Here’s an article from The Guardian about the broader implications of this kind of relationship with wild animals. It’s a good read: Apart from with our gut bacteria, we humans don’t really have any mutualistic relationships with other creatures. There is no special tune that we can sing to magically attract nearby hedgehogs into our gardens to feast on slugs. There will never be a special wink that fishermen can offer otters, encouraging them to catch fish that we might then de-bone for them, in return for some of the catch. The world is poorer for this. OKAY BUT the noise we make at honeyguides is one of my favorite noises there is, and if y’all haven’t heard the “BRRR-HM?” call that hunters use to summon honeyguides you are SERIOUSLY missing out. There’s an audio clip on the Audobon Society’s article about them [link] @metalpaca
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novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here: Cool Shit That Can Actually Afford PART 3 PART3 0 Remote Controlled Tarantula $13.59 You could seriously scare the shit out of people with this one. Arachnophobia is one of the most common fears among people. l'o recommend using this on someone with headphones in. l've gathered from reviews that it makes a decent amount of noise. USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer $14.99 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet fucking awesome at the same time. It's better than a mini fridge because it makes you drink in moderation.. right? Giant Plush Microbes S9.99 -$19.99 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know some of you out there are single, but don't fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia! You don't need to go dumpster diving at a sorority house to make friends with these cute little guys. Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System $59.99 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that if you have the money, this would be a worthwhile investment. Those old consoles in our closets have seen better days. I think it would be nice to get a modern remake of all three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than buying these three consoles back in their day LifeStraw Personal Water Filter $19.99 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters water as you suck it in.I might buy one of these and put it in my glove compartment in my car. If you get stuck in the middle of nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink straight from a fucking river iTouchless Bag Resealer $16.98 This is one of those inventions that was just a good fucking idea. Now you never have to go looking for that little chip clip thing that doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf fresh 4,500 Live Ladybugs $17.99 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4 cents per bug. novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here
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novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here: Cool Shit That Can Actually Afford PART 3 PART3 0 Remote Controlled Tarantula $13.59 You could seriously scare the shit out of people with this one. Arachnophobia is one of the most common fears among people. l'o recommend using this on someone with headphones in. l've gathered from reviews that it makes a decent amount of noise. USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer $14.99 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet fucking awesome at the same time. It's better than a mini fridge because it makes you drink in moderation.. right? Giant Plush Microbes S9.99 -$19.99 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know some of you out there are single, but don't fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia! You don't need to go dumpster diving at a sorority house to make friends with these cute little guys. Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System $59.99 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that if you have the money, this would be a worthwhile investment. Those old consoles in our closets have seen better days. I think it would be nice to get a modern remake of all three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than buying these three consoles back in their day LifeStraw Personal Water Filter $19.99 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters water as you suck it in.I might buy one of these and put it in my glove compartment in my car. If you get stuck in the middle of nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink straight from a fucking river iTouchless Bag Resealer $16.98 This is one of those inventions that was just a good fucking idea. Now you never have to go looking for that little chip clip thing that doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf fresh 4,500 Live Ladybugs $17.99 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4 cents per bug. novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here
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novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here: Cool Shit That Can Actually Afford PART 3 PART3 0 Remote Controlled Tarantula $13.59 You could seriously scare the shit out of people with this one. Arachnophobia is one of the most common fears among people. l'o recommend using this on someone with headphones in. l've gathered from reviews that it makes a decent amount of noise. USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer $14.99 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet fucking awesome at the same time. It's better than a mini fridge because it makes you drink in moderation.. right? Giant Plush Microbes S9.99 -$19.99 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know some of you out there are single, but don't fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia! You don't need to go dumpster diving at a sorority house to make friends with these cute little guys. Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System $59.99 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that if you have the money, this would be a worthwhile investment. Those old consoles in our closets have seen better days. I think it would be nice to get a modern remake of all three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than buying these three consoles back in their day LifeStraw Personal Water Filter $19.99 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters water as you suck it in.I might buy one of these and put it in my glove compartment in my car. If you get stuck in the middle of nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink straight from a fucking river iTouchless Bag Resealer $16.98 This is one of those inventions that was just a good fucking idea. Now you never have to go looking for that little chip clip thing that doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf fresh 4,500 Live Ladybugs $17.99 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4 cents per bug. novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here
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novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here: Cool Shit That Can Actually Afford PART 3 PART3 0 Remote Controlled Tarantula $13.59 You could seriously scare the shit out of people with this one. Arachnophobia is one of the most common fears among people. l'o recommend using this on someone with headphones in. l've gathered from reviews that it makes a decent amount of noise. USB Thermoelectric Cooler & Warmer $14.99 It's a one can refrigerator. Simple, yet fucking awesome at the same time. It's better than a mini fridge because it makes you drink in moderation.. right? Giant Plush Microbes S9.99 -$19.99 Valentine's Day is coming up and I know some of you out there are single, but don't fret. Now you can give yourself chlamydia! You don't need to go dumpster diving at a sorority house to make friends with these cute little guys. Retron 3 SNES/NES/Genesis Game System $59.99 Yeah, I know."Holy shit peanutbitter this is sixty fucking dollars!" I get it, but I think that if you have the money, this would be a worthwhile investment. Those old consoles in our closets have seen better days. I think it would be nice to get a modern remake of all three in one. It's a hell of a lot cheaper than buying these three consoles back in their day LifeStraw Personal Water Filter $19.99 This could definitely be a life saver. It filters water as you suck it in.I might buy one of these and put it in my glove compartment in my car. If you get stuck in the middle of nowhere, it'd be nice to be able to drink straight from a fucking river iTouchless Bag Resealer $16.98 This is one of those inventions that was just a good fucking idea. Now you never have to go looking for that little chip clip thing that doesn't really work too well at keeping stuf fresh 4,500 Live Ladybugs $17.99 Honestly, I'm not really sure why anybody would want 4,500 ladybugs, but why the fuck not? They're only 18 dollars. That's about 0.4 cents per bug. novelty-gift-ideas:You can buy these stuffs here
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ringsabellamy: losingmymindtonight: rapid-artwork: fedoraspooky: sir-p-audax: bogleech: did-you-kno: Giant tarantulas keep tiny frogs as pets. Insects will eat the burrowing tarantulas’ eggs - so the spiders protect the frogs from predators, and in return the frogs eat the insects. Source This has blown my mind for years. It’s so unreal. It’s almost the same exact reason humans and cats started living together. Tiny frogs are tarantula housecats. A science fact seldom gets to sound that much like meaningless word salad. This is legit, guys. And I’m excited about it. Someone needs to draw a tarantula person with a tiny pet housefrog now. Please let this be a thing. How is this? it all makes sense now fjdjfkNFLSLDKBFJEIRBRBFKF : did you know? didyouknowblog.com Giant tarantulas keep tiny frogs as pets. Insects will eat the burrowing tarantulas' eggs so the spiders protect the frogs from predators, and in return the frogs eat the insects di dyouknowblog.com Photo Credit: Francesco Tomasinelli ringsabellamy: losingmymindtonight: rapid-artwork: fedoraspooky: sir-p-audax: bogleech: did-you-kno: Giant tarantulas keep tiny frogs as pets. Insects will eat the burrowing tarantulas’ eggs - so the spiders protect the frogs from predators, and in return the frogs eat the insects. Source This has blown my mind for years. It’s so unreal. It’s almost the same exact reason humans and cats started living together. Tiny frogs are tarantula housecats. A science fact seldom gets to sound that much like meaningless word salad. This is legit, guys. And I’m excited about it. Someone needs to draw a tarantula person with a tiny pet housefrog now. Please let this be a thing. How is this? it all makes sense now fjdjfkNFLSLDKBFJEIRBRBFKF

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ringsabellamy: losingmymindtonight: rapid-artwork: fedoraspooky: sir-p-audax: bogleech: did-you-kno: Giant tarantulas keep tiny frogs as pets. Insects will eat the burrowing tarantulas’ eggs - so the spiders protect the frogs from predators, and in return the frogs eat the insects. Source This has blown my mind for years. It’s so unreal. It’s almost the same exact reason humans and cats started living together. Tiny frogs are tarantula housecats. A science fact seldom gets to sound that much like meaningless word salad. This is legit, guys. And I’m excited about it. Someone needs to draw a tarantula person with a tiny pet housefrog now. Please let this be a thing. How is this? it all makes sense now fjdjfkNFLSLDKBFJEIRBRBFKF : did you know? didyouknowblog.com Giant tarantulas keep tiny frogs as pets. Insects will eat the burrowing tarantulas' eggs so the spiders protect the frogs from predators, and in return the frogs eat the insects di dyouknowblog.com Photo Credit: Francesco Tomasinelli ringsabellamy: losingmymindtonight: rapid-artwork: fedoraspooky: sir-p-audax: bogleech: did-you-kno: Giant tarantulas keep tiny frogs as pets. Insects will eat the burrowing tarantulas’ eggs - so the spiders protect the frogs from predators, and in return the frogs eat the insects. Source This has blown my mind for years. It’s so unreal. It’s almost the same exact reason humans and cats started living together. Tiny frogs are tarantula housecats. A science fact seldom gets to sound that much like meaningless word salad. This is legit, guys. And I’m excited about it. Someone needs to draw a tarantula person with a tiny pet housefrog now. Please let this be a thing. How is this? it all makes sense now fjdjfkNFLSLDKBFJEIRBRBFKF

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ringsabellamy: losingmymindtonight: rapid-artwork: fedoraspooky: sir-p-audax: bogleech: did-you-kno: Giant tarantulas keep tiny frogs as pets. Insects will eat the burrowing tarantulas’ eggs - so the spiders protect the frogs from predators, and in return the frogs eat the insects. Source This has blown my mind for years. It’s so unreal. It’s almost the same exact reason humans and cats started living together. Tiny frogs are tarantula housecats. A science fact seldom gets to sound that much like meaningless word salad. This is legit, guys. And I’m excited about it. Someone needs to draw a tarantula person with a tiny pet housefrog now. Please let this be a thing. How is this? it all makes sense now fjdjfkNFLSLDKBFJEIRBRBFKF : did you know? didyouknowblog.com Giant tarantulas keep tiny frogs as pets. Insects will eat the burrowing tarantulas' eggs so the spiders protect the frogs from predators, and in return the frogs eat the insects di dyouknowblog.com Photo Credit: Francesco Tomasinelli ringsabellamy: losingmymindtonight: rapid-artwork: fedoraspooky: sir-p-audax: bogleech: did-you-kno: Giant tarantulas keep tiny frogs as pets. Insects will eat the burrowing tarantulas’ eggs - so the spiders protect the frogs from predators, and in return the frogs eat the insects. Source This has blown my mind for years. It’s so unreal. It’s almost the same exact reason humans and cats started living together. Tiny frogs are tarantula housecats. A science fact seldom gets to sound that much like meaningless word salad. This is legit, guys. And I’m excited about it. Someone needs to draw a tarantula person with a tiny pet housefrog now. Please let this be a thing. How is this? it all makes sense now fjdjfkNFLSLDKBFJEIRBRBFKF

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im-p-short: the-worm-man: crayola-cuntasaurus-rex: losingmymindtonight: rapid-artwork: fedoraspooky: sir-p-audax: bogleech: did-you-kno: Giant tarantulas keep tiny frogs as pets. Insects will eat the burrowing tarantulas’ eggs - so the spiders protect the frogs from predators, and in return the frogs eat the insects. Source This has blown my mind for years. It’s so unreal. It’s almost the same exact reason humans and cats started living together. Tiny frogs are tarantula housecats. A science fact seldom gets to sound that much like meaningless word salad. This is legit, guys. And I’m excited about it. Someone needs to draw a tarantula person with a tiny pet housefrog now. Please let this be a thing. How is this? it all makes sense now This brought me immense joy :) But who’s his tiny frog?: did you know? didyouknowblog.com Giant tarantulas keep tiny frogs as pets. Insects will eat the burrowing tarantulas' eggs so the spiders protect the frogs from predators, and in return the frogs eat the insects di dyouknowblog.com Photo Credit: Francesco Tomasinelli im-p-short: the-worm-man: crayola-cuntasaurus-rex: losingmymindtonight: rapid-artwork: fedoraspooky: sir-p-audax: bogleech: did-you-kno: Giant tarantulas keep tiny frogs as pets. Insects will eat the burrowing tarantulas’ eggs - so the spiders protect the frogs from predators, and in return the frogs eat the insects. Source This has blown my mind for years. It’s so unreal. It’s almost the same exact reason humans and cats started living together. Tiny frogs are tarantula housecats. A science fact seldom gets to sound that much like meaningless word salad. This is legit, guys. And I’m excited about it. Someone needs to draw a tarantula person with a tiny pet housefrog now. Please let this be a thing. How is this? it all makes sense now This brought me immense joy :) But who’s his tiny frog?

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So I found this super long reblog about a pretty dangerous wasp:: weavemama WHIO-TV Do you know what to do if you're bitten by a tarantula hawk wasp? on.whio.com/2tjwp8X 7/3/17, 3:13 PM BY A WHAT artistil THATS ALL THE BIG SCARIES IN ONE BUG TFFF JU 1petulantkitten Give it a dime, apparently 1petulantkitten Had to go research this thing, and the answer to what to do if it stings you is scream. from Wikipedia- "One researcher described the pain a immediate, excruciating, unrelenting pain that simply shuts down one's ability to do anything, except scream. Mental discipline simply does not work in these situations. In terms of scale, the wasp's sting is rated near the top of the Schmidt sting pain index, second only to that of the bullet ant, and is described by Schmidt as "blinding, fierce [and] shockingly electric"." momma-crow Soooooo..dissociate to escape or? thesallowbeldam It's laying eggs in you. prokopetz Let's back up a second and fully appreciate that description The Schmidt sting pain index, a widely used classification system for the bites and stings of ants, bees and wasps, is literally the personal ranking system of a guy named Justin Schmidt, who goes around letting bugs sting him for science. Like, that's this Thing as a scientist In one entry, he describes the sting of the common bee as "almost pleasant, [likel a lover just bit your earlobe a little too hard. In another, the sting of the yellowjacket is described as "hot and smoky, almost irreverent. Imagine W. C. Fields extinguishing a cigar on your tongue." So when the Schmidt sting pain index characterises the sting of the tarantula hawk as "blinding, fierce [and] shockingly electric" well, now you know what your standard for comparison is! moonsofavalon this is fascinating but when do we kinkshame Justin Schmidt surprisebitch Justin Schmidt is the epitome of masochism Source: weavemama 216,685 notes So I found this super long reblog about a pretty dangerous wasp:
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