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    Discussion in 'Lessons Learned' started by fishhead0103666, Sep 5, 2018.

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      Deadliestviper7 The Necromancer

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      On my smaller tanks, the plastic that holds the tank bits together always separates after a few years, never really bothers me tho.

      As for cats outside: the local outdoor cat population has declined by about 12 - 20 cats it seems, I expect the coyotes are finally doing their job (I've come across a number of cat carcasses in the backwoods, by the looks of the fresher kills it doesn't look like.... a fun way to die).
       
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      On my smaller tanks, the plastic that holds the tank bits together always separates after a few years, never really bothers me tho.

      As for cats outside: the local outdoor cat population has declined by about 12 - 20 cats it seems, I expect the coyotes are finally doing their job (I've come across a number of cat carcasses in the backwoods, by the looks of the fresher kills it doesn't look like.... a fun way to die).

      Fun fact: little Felix (or max or whatever) is becoming a favorite meal to some animals,as they get the taste for it, animals known to eat domestic cats:
      Coyotes
      Red fox
      Mt lions
      Nile monitors
      Stray dogs
      Burmese python
      Bobcat
      Badger
      American alligator
      Common snapping turtle
       
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      If the strays are smart enough to keep away from cars and nasty people, they usually live quite a while.
       
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      I did a study once , where I compared the life spans of indoor vs outdoor cats, my results: indoor cats lived slightly over twice as long on average as outdoor cats, and outdoor cats were much more likely to be severely injured or crippled (eye problems were the most common problem noted).
       
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      Wait, how is a common snapping turtle gonna eat a cat?
       
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      Once again.... 20180909_173853.jpg
       
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      Duck tape :)

      20180909_180206.jpg
       
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      Never mind. Spent about 30 minutes trying to make it work but it won't. Next time I go to home Depot I'm getting some acrylic cut for me.
       

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