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Thought you guys might get a kick out this:

A feathery tail preserved in amber

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10 hours ago, Xlucine said:

COMING UP NEXT ON NATURES GREATEST FIGHTS: DINOSAURS FIGHT A CROCODILE

 

 

 

I used to raise muscovy ducks. A lot of them. And I'd witness this same sort of behavior. It was mainly directed at our cat Tom, who had the run of the farm and wasn't scared of anything. I'd catch his eye as he'd stalk across the duck yard as nonchalantly as a cool black cat could do with 15 or 20 ducks following him. He'd kind of give me a "Whaddaya gonna do?" look.

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1 hour ago, Donward said:

 

I used to raise muscovy ducks. A lot of them. And I'd witness this same sort of behavior. It was mainly directed at our cat Tom, who had the run of the farm and wasn't scared of anything. I'd catch his eye as he'd stalk across the duck yard as nonchalantly as a cool black cat could do with 15 or 20 ducks following him. He'd kind of give me a "Whaddaya gonna do?" look.

The secret is to grab the closest goose, wring its neck, and then keep doing that until there are no geese left.

 

A freezer helps if you're feeling peckish afterwards.

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