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WilliamsFamily

WilliamsFamily

25 years old and counting, love of nature and everything in it. Currently do contract work but love to volunteer at zoos and shelters.

Independence, KS

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WilliamsFamily Pinktoe Tarantula
Pinktoe Tarantula commented on by WilliamsFamily Kansas, USAa year ago

Also have been uploading to this site for 4 years and I've never had someone up my ass so much lol

WilliamsFamily Pinktoe Tarantula
Pinktoe Tarantula commented on by WilliamsFamily Kansas, USAa year ago

It's def an Avicularia avicularia I can try to get a better picture.

WilliamsFamily Pinktoe Tarantula
Pinktoe Tarantula commented on by WilliamsFamily Kansas, USAa year ago

Thanks bud, wasn't sure if pets counted to that but now I know :)

WilliamsFamily Marijuana Plant
Marijuana Plant commented on by WilliamsFamily Seattle, Washington, USAa year ago

Oh I thought I did have the scientific name, my fault. Thank you.

WilliamsFamily North American Beaver
North American Beaver commented on by WilliamsFamily Kansas, USAa year ago

Hahaha, I love cultural jokes like that :)

WilliamsFamily Virginia Opossum
Virginia Opossum commented on by WilliamsFamily Kansas, USAa year ago

I love Australia's biodiversity, how difficult would it be to get a VISA to live there?

WilliamsFamily Virginia Opossum
Virginia Opossum commented on by WilliamsFamily Kansas, USAa year ago

Jesus, any animal that will stand up to a freaking wedge tail has my respect.

WilliamsFamily North American Beaver
North American Beaver commented on by WilliamsFamily Kansas, USAa year ago

Haha, I always said if I wasn't American I'd be Australian, I first heard it used by Steve Irwin, and loved it so I use it a lot.

WilliamsFamily North American Beaver
North American Beaver commented on by WilliamsFamily Kansas, USAa year ago

Good to hear. She'll be right in the end :)

WilliamsFamily Virginia Opossum
Virginia Opossum commented on by WilliamsFamily Kansas, USAa year ago

I definitely see the resemblance to the quoll. It's interesting to see the Native perspective to what are (for me) exotic animals, maybe it's because Americans have only really been exposed to brushtails because of memes comparing our possum species, but brushtails are VERY popular here.