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cannibalgoldfish

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  1. Literal frozen puppy, 18000 yrs old

    Weather was different/colder at that time or place or, like now, pup was born very late in the season.
  2. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    They must be so close to fledging now....
  3. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    They have legs now :D
  4. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    They are getting so antsy! I thought one was going to jump off the ledge several times!
  5. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    Soggy babies!
  6. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    Yeah, I saw that on Facebook
  7. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    Their facebook page said they are now moving between two nests so might be off camera sometimes, and dont message/contact them if you cant see them, lol.
  8. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    I think it's a remote operated camera, no access. Apparently (google tells me) last year the same pair lost two chicks from eating diseased birds
  9. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    I think you are right
  10. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    I'm worried a little about the smallest one Both parents were just there feeding and the two big ones were very active and eating, the little one showed no interest and kept closing it's eyes. When the parents left the big ones were actually walking over the little one a couple of times and it just lay there...
  11. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    It could be the first hatched as well, it's often bigger. They never sleep! I check in at ungodly hours of the night and at least one or two heads pop up and look around over the few minutes I'm checking them out.
  12. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    Females are bigger, probably a girl :D I read somewhere that people refer to them as "Murder Pompoms" and I laughed.
  13. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    Teeny feather tips now!
  14. I'm guessing she has been living with someone all this time.
  15. Not Dogs, but Falcons

    I can see an egg down the bottom of the nest, maybe part of a shell? Can't tell.
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