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No raccoons? Really? Haha, there are so many here

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Nope. No raccoons. Coyotes and some fox and wolves are pests in places but mostly it's just feral cats and people's pets running around. Some places get moose and caribou coming onto their property but I have never seen them either.

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We have coyotes, skunks, deer, raccoon's, squirrels, snakes and opossums here.
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No skunk or opossum here. There are rumors that wild corn snake populations are existing around the bay somewhere, adjusting to the climate and such but nothing extreme! and no deer, only caribou and moose.
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Oh, and we have black bears. They're bad.

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I've seen some racoons around here along with opossum, fox, deer, and even a couple turkey vultures. Yeah scary sight seeing a giant bird around! O_O
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A giant bird that eats flesh!!!

Anyone here able to help me with my snail q?
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Nope. No raccoons. Coyotes and some fox and wolves are pests in places but mostly it's just feral cats and people's pets running around. Some places get moose and caribou coming onto their property but I have never seen them either.
I would love to see a moose!!! I've never seen a moose or caribou.

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had a moose walk down the street in front of my house once. Granted it was where I grew up, and that place was in the country.

Once on a trip we saw four moose on the road/side of the road. Very different from deer I'm told. They sit and they OWN the road. I'm told deer just dash across the road.

Endlers, what are they? A type of guppy?
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Endlers are pretty much guppies. :p

taking a break from fish-keeping.
3 lovely male betta still keep me company.
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I don't remember seeing moose. Isn't there more moose than people in NL?? Never seen one in my working memory. Remember one peeing on the trail at Salmonier Nature Park but don't remember how big it was.

I only have one adult ramshorn snail left and I put it in the tank. Too impatient to wait.

Can bettas eat pond snails??

Also, can pond snails lay eggs without being fertilized?? I mean, are they hermaphrodites too?? Or asexual like MTS??

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