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Tasmanian Waters is New Home for Gloomy Octopus

The gloomy octopus latin name Octopus tetricus is setting up home in the now warmer seas around Tasmania. Climate change is causing its native waters off the coast of NSW and Victoria have made it too hot for the creature. Newcomers are arriving daily improving the genetic diversity of those already on the block.

Australia's octopuses are doing a great job at expanding their range south to Tasmania. Australia's 'Gloomy Octopus' Finds Warmth, Food, Happiness in Tasmania. Kimberly Hickok. Warming ocean temperatures are encouraging Australia's notably reclusive gloomy octopus to branch out. seas native nsw hot creature. Australia's 'Gloomy Octopus' Finds Warmth, Food, Happiness in Tasmania. Alamy. This creature's range was limited to the rocky tidal shores of eastern Australia; that was true until about 2000,has expanded its territory from the shores of New South Wales on the east coast of Australia down to the now-warmer waters off the northeast of an island state about 150 miles (240 kilometers) south of the mainland. Researchers mapped the gloomy's range expansion and reported their results in a study published June 22 in the journal Scientific Reports. The gloomy octopus,The heat-loving cephalopod,named for its droopy-looking white eyes,or 31.5 inches across) and has a tentacle span of up to 2 meters (6 feet),also known as the common Sydney octopus (Octopus tetricus),is a little bigger than a beach ball (80 centimeters,when the octopuses were first found off the southern coast of the Australian state of Victoria,according to the Australian Museum. Historically, Oceana reported.

And thanks to persistent gene flow from the animals' historical population — meaning genes from one population are carried to another — and moderate genetic diversity, the species is likely to adapt nicely to its extended habitat and may continue to expand its range, the scientists predicted. [Octlantis: See Photos of Tight-Knit Gloomy Octopus Communities]. "People send in photo observations," Pecl told Oceana. "We get an early indication of what species might be shifting, and then we initiate a more targeted research study." The data from the citizen science project led to the new study from Pecl and her colleagues, which confirms the gloomy octopus' southward range expansion. Scientists discovered the breadth of the gloomy's range expansion thanks to recreational fishermen and divers reporting their cephalopod sightings to Redmap. This citizen science project was created by study co-author Gretta Pecl, a marine ecologist at the University of Tasmania.

An octopus fishery aimed at gloomies might be a win-win solution for fishers and shellfish populations. Another predator is the last thing the struggling shellfish population needs after combatting fatal marine heat waves caused by increasingly warm currents. That's because these eight-tentacled outsiders love to chow down on shellfish such as abalone and rock lobster, which make up the most profitable fisheries in the region, Oceana reported. But while the gloomy octopus seems well-adapted to its new home, its territory expansion has fisheries experts worried. The gloomy's expansion is also part of a larger, growing trend of shifts in wildlife territory caused by climate change. The gloomy octopus is just the latest example of dozens of species carried south by the East Australian Current in recent years, Oceana reported.
But the larger size of the gloomies makes them a more attractive catch, he said. Craig Hardy, a Tasmanian fisherman, told Oceana that fishermen in the area have historically caught smaller octopus species.
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Raccoon Prepares to Eat Cat Food

When raccoons go stealing a cat's food is it wrong to kill it? A refreshing subject on a web page. Ask this question - Do Raccons have ethicks to consume cat food? If raccoons are stealing your cat's food, just kill them for the theft if you have no ethics, morals or morality. Domestic cats have no morality. It is not wrong for them to take a life to get food. Pet supplies, pet stores, not overpriced, online prices free metro shipping pet products shop now. Quora page may date draft submit any pending changes hide message quora sign update cancel ad pet circle australians overpay. dismissed ad feedback provide show relevant content future undo answer wiki answers crystal gillis strong morals yes true atheists can moral answered sep 2016 author 976 answers 785.8k answer views original question wrong kill raccoons stealing my cat's food wrong do raccoons deserve stealing food me happen bad food one night edit humane somehow shoot raccoon pellot gun catch stealing my answer can't believe reading world being poisoned death shot full pellets humane choice first leaving poisoned food risk hurting animal comes cat buddies three houses maybe dog street got loose humans forgot properly latch gate wandered property found snack maybe cat catches eats prey that's recently ingested one clever gourmet meals neighbours cat oh invite friends toddler children play children loving stuffing strange things ir faces pellet gun suggest someone shoot rounds come back tells how humane felt do realize raccoon can kill average house cat why would put food anywhere compete wild animal putting animals risk blaming one carelessness stop leaving food garbage attracts scavenger animals racoons doing comes naturally kitty indoor pet yes can done any age re-home responsible pet parent 678 views view upvoters reproduction related questions answers my dad killed entire family raccoons who attacking cats night wrong wrong leave cat food outdoors local raccoon raccoons harmful house cats raccoons related cats why do raccoons steal food cats ask question emma evans answered sep 1 2016 author 53 answers 35.7k answer views yes it’s wrong raccoons stealing food need forage cat food extremely ‘good’ food source raccoon you’re putting it’s accessible isn’t raccoon’s fault…the raccoons raccoonin’ it’s likely rehabilitated released back wild it’s uncommon raccoons those situations less skittish approaching accessible food bowls patio etc issue here really don’t want raccoons stealing cat’s food fair enough number options trapping can contact local animal control tell problem humane ‘catch release’ traps can loan catch rerelease raccoon elsewhere places expect do don’t recommend based lack experience w raccoons they’ll do you…problem solved wildlife refuge same can helpful removing access food put cats ‘here’s food eat now’ bowls away done cats can access food raccoons can do feeling indoors enclosed space don’t want personally supervise allow cats free graze access can cat door opens cats’ collars many people consider raccoons pests can highly intelligent problem solving animals smarter raccoon it’s likely illegal poison any mammals can end up poisoning whole slew animals it’s probably illegal harm raccoons any plus…as problem clearly annoying harming killing shitty other options luck 365 views view upvoters donna fernstrom reptile breeder keeper researched cared other animals answered sep 22 2016 author 5.5k answers 7.4m answer views many things wrong it’s hard to start i’ll address each part one time first wrong kill raccoons well it’s illegal hunt furbearers season permit depending live see killing raccoons regulated can’t kill raccoons whenever feel license would called poaching stipulations nuisance raccoons raccoons aren’t nuisance animals reality situation would called baiting you’re baiting raccoons bring second raccoons stealing don’t say wild animals stealing things left don’t want wild animals something shouldn’t put third cat’s food implies cat makes poor pet owner it’s ordinance many places cats shouldn’t roaming loose outdoors built catio cat run cat keep properly indoors it’s pet wild animal happen feed put cat’s food summary yes course it’s wrong shoot raccoons stealing cat’s food well possibly illegal completely ridiculous 507 views view upvoters franklin veaux author book relationship ethics polyamory answered sep 2016 author 23.6k answers 82.6m answer views doing shows remarkable lack conscience may crime many places illegal tends kill neighbor’s pets example thought i'd recommend really want go horrifying idea getting legal representation first 4.7k views view upvoters john david kievlan worked me myself answered sep 2016 author 688 answers m answer views picture wake up morning tray pancakes bacon table thrilled unexpected gift scarf day hey pancakes bacon eat die agonizing pain unbeknownst raccoon left family eat stole jerk reasonably enough raccoon poisoned second tray course raccoon hid tray den instead putting bed let’s honest human known better 380 views view upvoters stacie taylor cornett speak fluent cat answered sep 2016 author 912 answers 724.5k answer views matter how edit question come up alternative killing methods going answer tell okay okay others stated likely end up poisoning pet other cats dogs area intentionally killing raccoons wildlife well illegal depending local ordinances even manage target raccoon first time quickly come readily available food source do do focus efforts providing pet’s food different location inaccessible wildlife other animals 383 views view upvoters chris lo had pet alligator answered sep 22 2016 author 761 answers .6m answer views morality question x wrong depends x reasonable begin it’s reasonable expect other species same concept stealing ownership do it’s reasonable kill other animals other specific cases self-preservation let’s imagine moment cat lived wild would taking food came would feral desperate human there’s stark line worthiness separating cat raccoons yes would wrong raccoons behavior modify do learn millions homeowners who secure their trash pet food chickens i’ll sidestep personal legal ramifications poisoning shooting raccoons…why right reason do something bad it’s bad would terrible consequences avoid doing bad things principle other bad things would bite trust smart human fully capable reasoning basic premise raccoons stealing off-base basic premise revenge teaching someone disproportionately painful lesson off-base don’t exist world other living being revolve we’re casually vengeful towards animals doing something that’s pretty natural do — how do deal fellow human who inadvertently crosses had little brother how would want learn deal others 367 views view upvoters chloe bullow studied australian catholic university updated sep 2016 author 53 answers 25.8k answer views think what’s important getting ‘revenge’ behalf cat’s stolen food life innocent animal animals don’t necessarily same concept ‘stealing’ do steal survive concept ownership killing raccoon doing programmed do nature ludicrous stolen food certainly intrinsically valuable another animal’s life would suggest indeed wrong kill raccoons stealing cat’s food edit response op’s edit never humane hurt animal 210 views view upvoters julia garsenstein updated sep 2016 author 55 answers 8.2k answer views yes understand raccoons can intimidating living breathing beings need survive put extra food raccoons-lol seriously expect eat cats food kind fault theirs do kill raccoons 93 views view upvoters beth goldowitz crazy cat lady one cat answered oct 2016 author 0.8k answers 5.2m answer views think anywhere raccoons can live possums coyotes yes even central park middle manhattan i’ve one coyotes raccoons animals may carry diseases cat exposed coyotes kill cats keep cat indoors leave raccoons alone probably need garbage disposal raccoon safe well 59 views view upvoters joanna pecorella cat heart answered sep 2016 author 371 answers 565.5k answer views raccoons actually coming house must feeding cats outdoors case don’t really love cats you’re putting danger making compete their food wild animal 81 views view upvoters tim altom works ibm cloud answered sep 2016 author 2.1k answers .3m answer views quite aside moral ethical considerations it’s absurd face isn’t finite population raccoons they’re territorial many area haven’t kill one night days others arrive feast free food optimal solution position cat’s food raccoons can’t perhaps garage can’t possibly kill raccoons faster can pilfer cat’s food living area wildlife costs one possibility other stray cats may eat poisoned food well wandering dogs poisoned food never good solution 238 views view upvoters lily evancho answered sep 2016 please don’t dad do that would terribly crule thing do think how would feel someone intentionally poisons food don’t want done yourself don’t do others even animals racoons humans do concept stealing food wrong hungry their survival instincts tell available food eat sense taking revenge starving racoons stealing cat food humans try exist harmony nature can do put cat food somewhere racoons can’t 40 views view upvoters mihaela sponte works paralegal answered sep 2016 yes wrong cat dad beings deserve want survive those raccoons life threatening family hedgehogs steal cat’s food now leave multiple bowls food yard enough eat really really grow conscience probably dad 58 views view upvoters bryan macmurray answered sep 1 2016 yea raccoon doing biologically motivated do you're failing do you're morally obligated do pet ensure food secure you're really looking someone hurt shoot yourself foot pellet gun food storage animal-proofed views view upvoters john raykowski trouble morality try nihilism answered sep 2016 author 92 answers 27.8k answer views yes he’s wrong that’s my opinion well my full opinion quite bit harsher didn’t ask ‘what do think people that…’ seriously doing anything dad really touch state county wildlife dept don’t who call call local sheriff dad moron bother making call better do possibility absent father enticing ‘poison racoon’ equals ‘good idea’ guys mind totally understand no call keep dad jail racoon poison-free pass dad leave food racoon can racoon eats food fault racoon fault pop racoon problem leaving food problem thinking poisoning animal good reasonable solution batshit crazy you’re father head 89 views view upvoters ron jacobs raccoons answered jun 1 2017 don’t kill away it’ll cheaper less painful long run feral cat you’ve grown attached assume murdered nothing can do trust me i’ve allocated my entire life study kinds technology it’s extensive problem quick fixes cat trick quickly capture leave area disregard criticism judgement here people misinformed denial underestimate how animal problem society isn’t prepared many things don’t worry any legal ramifications one person suggested sad truth legal system doesn’t give rats rear welfare animals states obviously better others really slap wrist certainly worth lawyers time lot shared internet vague generalized taking consideration many factors situation different animal different say do stereotype dumb assumption especially intelligent life form scientific video evidence up rear one human race really needs closer one diseases raccoons carrying stop slapping quick studies solutions things evaluate closely i’ve done am witnessing unbelievable it’s amazing how data wrong i’m going detail i’d utilize time learn argue trolls 64 views view upvoters view related questions steal my cat's whiskers why do raccoons eat cat food why do raccoons wash their food raccoon able kill cat why why wrong kill animals food why would raccoon attack cat do raccoons eat cats why do people ethical kill eat plants animals why value animals plants how can scare away raccoon keeps eating my cat's food why wrong kill people ask question still question ask ask related questions my dad killed entire family raccoons who attacking cats night wrong wrong leave cat food outdoors local raccoon raccoons harmful house cats raccoons related cats why do raccoons steal food cats steal my cat's whiskers why do raccoons eat cat food why do raccoons wash their food raccoon able kill cat why why wrong kill animals food ask question sitemap b c d e f g h j k l m n o p q r t u v w x y z careers privacy terms contact trackers facebook connect google analytics % || raccooning, hunting, beast, pests, woodland, wilds, woods, 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Petroglyphs in Sweden Show Foundations of Civilization

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Cats Killed by Inoculated Australian Animals

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Smart Fox Follows Hunting Dog

Doggy I am following you
"Hey, look behind dog.  No don't!"
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Dog Weight

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Amputees Go on a Dove Hunt

You would think people who have lost limbs would have compassion. Sadly this is not the case. In Olney, Texas, those who have lost limbs meet to exchange stories about their lives and "shoot doves". I am not making this up. Apparently they get a kick out of hunting down the defenseless creatures.

The "club" was established in 1972 by Jack Northrup and Jack Bishop. Seventeen people showed up at the first meeting. Apparently, not all members actually shoot doves. Some attend to enjoy the talk about life and the gadgets amputees have made to improve their lives

The doves multiply to such an extent that they are in plague proportions in 40 states. No less than 400 million are believed to exist. The hunt is not wasteful: they make a good meal. Cooks have experimented by wrapping doves in Bacon then stuffing them with jalapenos. Now the word is out the club expects to get visitors from all over the world.
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Squirrel Hunter

"It's shooting season agaim.  Git me to them pesky humans!"
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Crocodile Hunting Safaris Could Go Ahead in the Northern Territory

Crocodile safaris in Australia could soon be established - take a trip to Australia and go hunting. Saltwater crocodiles are carefully managed to assure their survival, so hunting will not seriously affect their numbers. Indeed, present numbers are at an all-time high.

If the Federal government agrees to safaris, money will flood into the Northern Territory providing jobs for Aboriginals. The Northern Territory government is in favor of it. Initially, it is intended for 50 crocodiles to be hunted over a two year period. This is very low and there will be strong demand from overseas visitors to hunt more.

The Royal Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) claims that killing crocodiles with guns is a skilled job. Ordinary people with guns will botch up the kill and crocodiles will suffer. The Northern Territory environment minister, Karl Hampton counters this by saying wild pigs and Buffalo are already efficiently killed by hunters. Any crocodile safaris will be regulated under the Animal Welfare Act.

Crocodile numbers in Australia are topping 150,000. Two people die every year as they walk along river banks or swim. Protection of the seven meter long animals has been ongoing since the 1970s.
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Hunting Animals Chose What They Eat

Hunting animals don't just eat what they "bump into". They select "who" they need to eat to maintain a healthy diet. This gives them a better chance of growing strong and big so they can reproduce and pass on their genes.

A team from the University of Sydney, Oxford University, Aarhus University (Denmark) and Exeter University researched the ground beetle (Anchomenus dorsalis). Beetles were divided into three groups: one had a selection of bugs offered to them; the second group had high-protein food; and the third had high-fat offerings. The latter two groups did not fair very well. Those in the first group did very well. They chose ants, slugs, moths, aphids and beetle larvae as they wanted and produced more eggs than the other two.

It was known that herbivore and omnivore insects ate varied diets. This study confirms the view that all animals select their food due to inner craving created by the body based on the body's immediate needs.

The problem is however - What happened to Man? Humans seem to have lost this attribute, consuming food that the body doesn't need: indeed, eating food that reduced longevity.
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