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Looks like a type of jumper? I didn't realize y'all had those, too.
I don’t want any pictures but! There a bunny family that visits my garden! They love to steal strawberries and tomatoes.Please share pics or interesting information you have of any wildlife that is normal for you to see where you live.
I really love the squirrel pics (because they are cute and I have never seen one in real life) and many of the other pics of birds and animals that don't live in my country but I just realised (after hearing about Civet cats being a problem for @SumitaSinh) that it may be quite educational and interesting to hear about and see what animals others here regularly see and deal with in their yards or local areas.
That's suprising that he/she followed you home. I've been on the receiving end of an angry daddy Canadian Goose protecting his eggs but he stopped chasing me after he bit me.I forgot too, but be careful what you wish for, April. The first time I saw one I was a teen & it followed me home menacingly. It was nesting season. Most recently, I saw one from the safety of my car strutting about a field.
I believe different species of jumpers live most places humans do, there are something like 5000 different jumping spiders. When I lived in Denmark I saw as many as I do in my home here in QLD We are an arachnid friendly household. I love spiders! We even name a few we have come to know better who live around the place.Looks like a type of jumper? I didn't realize y'all had those, too.
Deserts can be amazing! Some nest creatures found there too. I'm going to have to look up javelina myself @From what I'm seeing in the thread, everyone lives in such pretty green places! I do not. I live in the desert, where coyotes and javalinas live right outside my door I don't have any pictures (good ones, at least), because I don't make a habit of going up to them.
And, fun fact, I would rather face off with a coyote than a javelina. They're big, hairy, smelly, angry, wild desert boars, and I wouldn't recommend letting yourself get near them at all.
Don't get me wrong, I love the desert! The animals that live here are just a little mean and hardened from all the hot days in the sun. This is a list of animals I constantly encounter:Just looked up a javalina! Wow! Deserts are pretty too, just differently. And there are some other AA members in deserts.