Basically I feel like the writers have just given up. All they are doing is trying to distract us from the horrible mess they made by going “Ooh let’s give them some shiney new team ups! They’ll never notice how bad of a job we’re doing.”
I’ve never cared for pigs. I’ve always found them kind of terrifying, actually. I’ve seen too many wild boars to NOT be scared of pigs, but… I saw a couple of piglets at a reptile show earlier this year, and they were cute. Really cute. I-could-learn-to-love-you-probably cute. I may have to reevaluate my opinion of pigs…. though baby boars are ALSO deceptively adorable, with little stripes and everything.
👏 An w/ Gaku? Idk I feel like they might work well/look cool? (coughcoughbringbackthecowshirt2k17)
Send “👏”and I’ll describe what a fusion between our muses would look and act like.
brought back the cow shirt
this is sort of an unstable thing, solely bc anthony’s kind of a butt and gaku is pure, but its not as unstable as it could be? they could work together if they had a common goal, like defeating an enemy. also gaku’s happy self and anthony’s moody self kinda make it so so theyre almost always smiling but it appears very forced
Because I think Arabians are super awesome and here is a whole list (in progress) of Tumblr equestrians who can tell you the same… If you ride/show/own Arabians or half-Arabs reblog or like this post to be added to the list!
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So I know the popular head cannon is that APH America is the kid who rose to power unexpectedly and who scares everyone because he’s so powerful and no one knows how, but I honestly love the idea that America has always been more of a simple farmer boy and he got dragged into power by his bosses.
Did he want to be a world power? No, not really, but the president said it would be better for his people so…
Does he like wars? He doesn’t mind them, but honestly it’s a real inconvenience, I mean whose going to take care of the cows?
He just sort of goes along with things, and everyone thinks he’s this strong scary guy, but really it’s just a persona he puts on to please his boss.
The Dugong, for which Dewgong is named (they used clever trickery when respelling, they did) is apart of the greater family of manatee. Not only is it believed that they are responsible for the origin of Mermaids… But also earned the named “sea cow”. I’d assume that this is because they are plump, plant grazing creatures…
And not presumably because they are farmed for McDonald’s burgers.
Hi. Would domesticated huge fish as a sort of cow analogue be plausible enough to make sense? sheep-sized and completely placid, have a diet of a specific seaweed and thats domesticated too and so grows where humans farm it in lagoons, with the fish just bobbing around grazing on it, growing fat, in fenced in enclosures? Is there anything obvious that would rule that out as making sense or massive practical problems that would have to be accounted for? Thank You.
Well, we already do fish farming! We farm lots of medium sized species like trout, salmon, tilapia, and even some shellfish like scallops, mussels, and oysters!
The only problem I would think could arise is the time it would take for even a single fish to get to the size of a sheep. When fish are born/hatched they are most often nearly microscopic, even fish that get to he large sizes like blue marlin and sailfish, which are predatory and not grazers like you’re thinking.
However, it would be very possible to have carp farms! Some species of carp get very large and feed on algae. However, carp would absolutely wreck an aquatic ecosystem if they somehow got out. Take the Pacu, a cousin to piranha in Papau New Guinea. They originally introduced the species as grazers to offer more food to impoverished locals who fished to eat to survive. Now the Pacu is so numerous that it has driven all the other fish species away and has even turned predatory to compensate for the lack of grass since it all is getting eaten by the other Pacu.
Fish take a pretty long tome to grow and aren’t as effective for farming the larger they get. It takes a tuna about five years to mature while it takes a sheep only one.
As a concept however, yes this would make sense. It would be a good source of food if the ages of fish were staggered so that there were always fish available for harvest. Say about a few months between groups and having about, eh, twenty or so groups.
If you have any further questions, feel free to ask!