Icefish --> IJsvis
Clownfish --> Clownvis
Blobfish --> Blobvis
Crab --> Krab
King Crab --> Koningskrab
Lamprey --> Zeeprik
Jellyfish --> Kwal
Frog --> Kikker
Flying Fish --> Vliegende Vis
Giant Isopod --> Reuzenpissebed
Squid --> Inktvis
Catfish --> Meerval
Little Auk --> Kleine Alk
Seagull --> Zeemeeuw
Duck --> Wilde Eend
Seal --> Zeehond (Baikalrob if changed to Baikal Seal)
Barreleye Fish --> Hemelkijker
Electric Eel --> Sidderaal
Pelican --> Pelikaan
Ray --> Rog
Pufferfish (name should be changed to Porcupinefish) --> Egelvis
Gulper Eel --> Grootbekaal
Snake --> Slang
Penguin --> Pinguïn
Beaver --> Bever
Anglerfish --> Hengelvis
Sea Lion --> Zeeleeuw
Dragonfish --> Draakvis
Snapping Turtle --> Bijtschildpad
Sea Turtle --> Zeeschildpad
Manatee --> Lamantijn
Leopard Seal --> Zeeluipaard
Dolphin --> Tuimelaar
Narwhal --> Narwal
Hammerhead Shark --> Hamerhaai
Oarfish --> Riemvis
Lionfish --> Koraalduivel
Humboldt Squid --> Humboldtinktvis
Crocodile --> Krokodil
Hippo --> Nijlpaard
Eagle --> Zeearend
Orca --> Orka or Zwaardwalvis
Polar Bear --> IJsbeer
Whale --> Walvis
Marlin --> Blauwe Marlijn
Cachalot --> Potvis
Whale Shark --> Walvishaai
Shark --> Witte Haai or Mensenhaai
Stonefish --> Steenvis
Giant Squid --> Reuzenpijlinktvis
Sunfish --> Maanvis or Klompvis
Manta Ray --> Reuzenmanta
Sleeper Shark --> Groenlandse Haai or Sluimerhaai
Elephant Seal --> Zeeolifant
Tiger Shark --> Tijgerhaai
Goblin shark --> Koboldhaai
Hopefully this helps! If you need descriptions too just tell me.
I just shot a bison with a poisoned arrow and the way it toppled and screamed on the ground...man, that was harsh.
Zooschizos: abnormal attitude towards animals destroys the psyche and the family
Cat fiends, dog witches and others
Love for our smaller brothers is wonderful - unless you cross the line in it, beyond which four-legged favorites become more important than two-legged loved ones. Alas, there are more and more such people every day: the phenomenon even has a name on the Internet - “zoochizo”. "Zooschizos" usually do not understand that their attachment to animals has gone beyond reasonable and occurs to the detriment of people close to them. Where the dangerous line lies, the correspondent of "MK" figured out.
Cat fiends, dog witches and others
Psychologists refer to animal madness as "any attitude towards animals that is contrary to the reason and interests of man," which includes both love for them to the detriment of people and active hatred. Zooschizos include zoo radicals who, for example, can ruthlessly beat a person who kicks a street dog. And also a voluntary "zoopatrol", breaking into other people's houses in order to check whether the owners are taking good care of their pet. They sometimes lure and take away other people's dogs and cats walking in the yards, explaining this by the fact that "they will take better care of the four-legged friend."
The degree of zooschizo in society is most vividly reflected by the network slang: there are "cat-fiends" (they flood their homes with a huge number of cats picked up on the street), "dog-witches" (protect dogs that have bitten a person or a child), "zoo-mothers" (women who open a shelter for any species of animals in their own small apartments) and "zoopatrol" - volunteers who independently took control of other people's pets, "while there is no zoopolice in the country."
Fighters against zoo extremism tirelessly stigmatize egregious cases of zooschizo: for example, in St. Petersburg, a woman picked up a burnt cat and posted heartbreaking pictures of it on the Internet for a month, collecting money for his treatment. And when the cat did die, she said that the funds raised would go... to store his mummy in her refrigerator! Another woman, manipulating creepy ph... keep reading on reddit ➡
My friend asked this question when going through an exhibit recently. Given the rather fragile nature of hummingbirds is extra numbers even helpful, if so what could 1000 of them conceivably take down.
The hummingbirds are working together but only have their normal level of intelligence. Hummingbird swarm consists of a range of species and sizes roughly proportional to their estimated populations. Hummingbirds win by killing the animal, animal wins by killing the horde or driving it off.
R1: Hummingbirds are rage lusted against the creature i.e. willing to attack but not suicide themselves.
R2: Hummingbirds are blood lusted.
R3: Hummingbirds have human level intelligence and blood lusted.
Bonus round: Hive mind hummingbirds.
It's not often that I've been able to go to one, but pet shops and animal shelters that allow interaction with animals without purchasing them are something I enjoy. -Great for bad days. EX: It was the day I was supposed to go home from my grandma's after a week, but I get a call that says that they can't pick me up because of a chemical fire releasing toxins into the air and people couldn't leave. I was upset, because I wanted to see my cat so bad, so my grandma took me to a pet shop for "pet therapy." It definitely helped. -Great for the animals. Animals need the interaction. Overall, it really helps me with my issues and benefits the pets greatly.
I know a lot of people, include lots of people on Reddit, advocate killing dogs and cats to control population. They also advocate that the only "good life" a dog or cat should live is in the home with another human, and that the animal should always be sterilized to prevent any more offspring.
I think it's a bit horrifying that you'd sterilize an animal that you supposedly love, merely for your convenience. All animals have a strong desire to have sex and breed - and you explicitly deny that animal its fulfillment by destroying their sexual organs.
The reasons people do this are for control. Control of the animal's behavior, control of its population.
What they're also doing is preventing "the best animals" - your most faithful and humble servants - from ever passing their wonderful genes on to the next generation. You've implemented a reverse eugenics program, where your most favorite animals are sterilized and society's least favored animals - street dogs and cats - are the ones allowed to breed and prosper. You've given the power of breeding to enormous, mass scale puppy mills the churn out creatures that are inbred and sick and diseased.
I think the whole process is ridiculous. I think there is nothing wrong about cats and dogs living on the street - at least given a chance to live - rather than being brought to the pound to be sterilized or executed. Not every city controls its cat or dog population. For example, Istanbul is overflowing with cats. There might be a case for population control if you really wanted to protect your city's birds. But I don't think the Istanbul people have a problem with the cats. They're allowed to roam free, doing whatever they want. Why is that a bad thing?? (I do know that Istanbul had a problem with dogs carrying rabies. They are now vaccinated and re-released onto the streets)
The American version of animal control is horrible for the animals, animal lovers, and is unethical in my opinion, though most people believe the opposite - that all cats and dogs should be destroyed unless they are owned by a human being. Cats and dogs don't need to be destroyed. The only reason they are is because some one decided that cats and dogs roaming the street was unsightly, and thus resolved to more-or-less kill them all.
What if, somehow, large Pleistocene epoch animals like mammoths managed to coexist with humans like the large animals in Africa and Southern Asia did? How different would everything be?
I'm confident a lot of these animals would be endangered and more common in national parks, like most of the African and Asian megafauna. But how dangerous would our towns be if we had to worry about mammoths, mastodons, saber-toothed cats, and ground sloths wandering into our yards and streets? And considering the reputation modern Australia has, how would people react if it was inhabited by giant walking kangaroos, three-ton wombats, giant monitor lizards, marsupial lions, terrestrial crocodiles, and horned spiky-tailed tortoises?
And who knows how different pop culture would be? For instance, what would all the animated animal films from Disney, Dreamworks, etc, be like? Would the titular character of Bambi be a mammoth instead of a deer?
This might have been answered already, but is it possible to move the animals/animated decos into the inventory?