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GO FUCK YOURSELF SKATEBOARDING AND SNAKE'S NO GOD'S NO MASTER'S TAKE ME TO YOUR HERP SPOT Free animal relocation 225-337-2152 PSN: serpent365247

http://parisitediy.org/

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When your friends know you better than your family thanks a bunch guys @saltysealizard @kyle

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First time either of them ever saw snow

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When bae says nay

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2017 was lit

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Side by side of the same moth

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Sweet pea (scolopendra dehaani)

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When bae is super supportive even if it's just to support your morning poo's

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Happy 26th birthday to me Wc lactrodectus mactans (black widow) that @saltysealizard found for me

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Lactrodectus mactans that @saltysealizard found for me what a babe

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New wc male audax eating a moth

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12 days to get 12k or we get nothing boys we are so close but so far let's do this shit link is in the bio

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It's been 2 and a half months since I've been able to wear both shoes and walk skateboard here I come

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Finally getting the screw taken out

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Friendsgiving everyone's invited come get some food we got 2 turkeys and a ham plus a whole mess of other shit it's at siegen and Perkins at the casa de @saltysealizard call me if you need directions 2253372152

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@lit_drew coming with that heat

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Bootleg shenanigans with @lit_drew @skaterbraind

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More humans I'm thankful for these two are always down to hang out with my broke off ass everyday of the week and the best neighbors I've ever had

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I am so thankful to have this family in my life these are the people I work for they have given me the best opportunity possible they have given me a career and have helped me become the man I am today I love these people with all my heart

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When your roommate doesn't know how how to care for snakes she bought I found this mouse munching on her ball python and have nothing else that would take it so the husky killed it and the Rhodesian Ridge back ate it go ahead get mad but remember I don't give a fuck

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Scolopendra dehaani eating a snake way to large for her

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Yall already know what to do for all the transition demons out there this leg of the project is a fucking pool/bowl and for fixing the flats so let's help @parisite_diy get this shit done link in bio fools

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My dog found this dude so naturally @lit_drew took a few pics

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Here on the left is Nephila clavipes, the Golden Silk Orb Weaver (often ALSO debatably called the Banana Spider), found in the extreme southeastern United States & whose venom sometimes is mistakenly labeled & misidentified as the highly venomous Brazilian Wandering Spider's of the Phoneutria genus (right), which ITSELF often carries the same common name of "Banana Spider" due to on very rare occasions being found in shipments of bananas; however, the Golden Silk Orb Weaver, despite being mislabeled as THE banana spider is incredibly harmless, unwilling to bite & often doesn't shy away from being handled. Their venom is actually being researched for its THERAPEUTIC properties instead. People in the spider business often prefer to use the binomial nomenclature of the scientific community due to how one common name is often attributed to MANY different spiders; while usually a harmless mistake perpetrated by people that simply don't know any better for whatever reason, the use of common names can often be dangerous when misused attached to spiders that either ARE medically significant when the common name is actually that of a harmless spider (casuing people NOT to seek medical treatment when it's actually necessary), or also dangerous when labeling a HARMLESS spider as dangerous, causing unnecessary killings of harmless animals.

While I don't necessarily agree that the common names need to be debated, I do take issue with animals being killed due to lack of proper education on the matter, & I also want people to be aware of the potential dangers of labeling a spider as a harmless species when in fact it could land you in the hospital if bitten, as in the case of, say, the #BrownRecluse.

SUMMARY: Pictured left---Nephila clavipes, the Golden Silk Orb Weaver (not the TRUE Banana Spider but often labeled as such by the locals in the Southeastern US); Pictured right: Brazilian Wandering Spider of the Phoneutria genus, commonly referred to as THE Banana Spider, native to Brazil & thus not a threat to people in the states.

credit to @i.dream.of.spiders for making this infographic

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@lit_drew saves me from broke leg boredom

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@allllextom and @lit_drew and @fernfondler pushed me through 2 miles of gnarly trails in my wheelchair and all I got was this blurry photo

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The pussy cometh for @halfbakedsnakes at high moon

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