# Are animals becoming more nocturnal?

Discussion in 'Biology & Genetics' started by sculptor, Jun 19, 2018.

1. ### RainbowSingularityValued Senior Member

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what species ?
where ?

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I read that her bill for shots alone exceeds $10k. There's a Gofundme page, I think. 4. ### Google AdSenseGuest Advertisement to hide all adverts. 5. ### RainbowSingularityValued Senior Member Messages: 1,982 did you complain about the food and ask for a refund for the food ? ... not in a facist dictatorship ! 6. ### Google AdSenseGuest Advertisement to hide all adverts. 7. ### Gawdzilla SamaValued Senior Member Messages: 3,207 I had connections on the outside. Dr_Toad likes this. 8. ### RainbowSingularityValued Senior Member Messages: 1,982 you paid the french resistance to smuggle in some food for you ? 9. ### Dr_ToadIt's green!Valued Senior Member Messages: 2,527 Grinders and tacos and beer, oh my! 10. ### sculptorValued Senior Member Messages: 5,674 11. ### Gawdzilla SamaValued Senior Member Messages: 3,207 There's this place, "Dogs and Frys (sic)" (In Hazelwood, Missouri) that some folks would come back from the grave for. 12. ### sculptorValued Senior Member Messages: 5,674 What's a grinder? 13. ### Dr_ToadIt's green!Valued Senior Member Messages: 2,527 Northeast slang for a hero or sub. I first heard it in Massachusetts. 14. ### RainbowSingularityValued Senior Member Messages: 1,982 urban sprawl along side de-forrestation is listed as one of the biggest issues for species endangerment & extinction, AND is closely tied to climate change. climate change deniers would want to suggest species evolution to abide human change instead of the other way around. domesticated cat, dogs, mice, rats, hedghogs, squerrels, horses and a few other species would need to be exlcuded. any species that directly interacts with humans would need to be excluded. any species that is domesticated would need to be excluded. many insect species would need to be excluded. probably... there should be entomologists who could devise basic relative insect studys to quantatatively represent shift patterns that could then allow for a proper exclusion list. 15. ### Write4UValued Senior Member Messages: 9,869 Apparently all species (especially mammals) which have larger day predators https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/15/science/animals-human-nocturnal-study.html I absolutely agree with that. First, they need light (infrared or ultraviolet) to "see". Second, insects are incapable of experiencing fear. That's what makes them so successful. Last edited: Jun 20, 2018 sculptor likes this. 16. ### iceauraValued Senior Member Messages: 28,220 They are capable of behaving exactly as if they experienced fear, some of them anyway. 17. ### Write4UValued Senior Member Messages: 9,869 Have you seen the Hellstrom Chronicle? It's an old movie but very interesting and more than a little scary...... Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! Last edited: Jun 20, 2018 18. ### StrangerInAStrangeLandSubQuantum MechanicValued Senior Member Messages: 15,381 Write4U likes this. 19. ### Write4UValued Senior Member Messages: 9,869 Thanks for the link. It is truly astounding the diversity some 400 hundred million years of evolution can create. Left me breathless. Last edited: Jun 20, 2018 20. ### StrangerInAStrangeLandSubQuantum MechanicValued Senior Member Messages: 15,381 /// Try to imagine if some planets out there have 1 or 2 or 5 billion years of evolution. <> gebobs likes this. 21. ### Write4UValued Senior Member Messages: 9,869 I don't think there is an upper limit. And it seems diversity is not limited to living organisms, but to structure, configurations, and patterns in all of nature and thoughout the universe. It boggles the mind. 22. ### gebobsRegistered Member Messages: 37 8 shots of immune globulin, 4 shots of rabies vaxx.$68,0000

Yeah, this country's healthcare system isn't broken much.

A kid in Florida died last year from rabies. His dumbass fatheor brought a rabid bat home for some unfathomable reason. Told the kid not to go near it. Of course, to a kid that mean definitely go near it. Bat bit the kid, gave him rabies. Supposedly, the father looked up what to do online or something and thought all he had to do was wash it out. Poor child died a horrific death.

I'm sure that's not the whole story. Sounds like the father was covering his ass. I wouldn't be the least bit surprised if he looked up what it would cost and, not having any insurance because yknow Obama is a commie, decided to throw dice on his child's life.

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