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>> No. 3527 Anonymous
19th February 2014
Wednesday 11:21 am
3527 How Wolves Change Rivers
This was quite amazing, I'd recommend you take 4 and a half minutes to watch it.

https://www.youtube.com/v/ysa5OBhXz-Q
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>> No. 3528 Anonymous
19th February 2014
Wednesday 11:37 am
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That was cool.
>> No. 3537 Anonymous
30th March 2014
Sunday 4:36 am
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>>3528

That was very fucking cool.
>> No. 3538 Anonymous
30th March 2014
Sunday 4:51 am
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>>3527
Pity the whole park is going to be wiped out in an apocalyptic cataclysm within a few millennia.
>> No. 3539 Anonymous
30th March 2014
Sunday 4:53 am
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>>3538
You sound fun.
>> No. 3540 Anonymous
30th March 2014
Sunday 5:01 am
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>>3539
I am, just in a probably unconventional way. Boring people often don't find me fun.
>> No. 3541 Anonymous
30th March 2014
Sunday 6:58 am
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Deer are an even bigger problem for our countryside. Too bad we'll never introduce wolves to manage the bastards.
>> No. 3542 Anonymous
30th March 2014
Sunday 11:26 am
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>>3541

*reintroduce.
>> No. 3589 Anonymous
3rd May 2014
Saturday 10:13 am
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>>3541
But foxes bite babies faces, wolves would be worse!
>> No. 3590 Anonymous
3rd May 2014
Saturday 6:09 pm
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>>3538

It won't be wiped out, so much as very rapidly transformed into an inland Lanzarote. I wonder if it will fill up with lobster-pink British tourists and professional cyclists on winter training.
>> No. 3591 Anonymous
3rd May 2014
Saturday 6:41 pm
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>>3590

What on earth do you think they meant by "apocalyptic cataclysm"?

There is an enormous volcano under it that will destroy civilisation in North America and leave the area uninhabitable for at least a century, as well as lowering the temperature globally and obscuring the sun over much of the Northern Hemisphere.

The term for it is a "super" volcano and it is due at any point in the next couple of thousand years.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sn/tvradio/programmes/supervolcano/article2.shtml
>> No. 3592 Anonymous
3rd May 2014
Saturday 8:28 pm
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Apparently there's a lot of contention surrounding reintroducing wolves into the British landscape. Most of the complaints understandably come from farmers, but I do wonder if a subsidy for losses caused by wolves would be worth having them around. They're such interesting creatures.
>> No. 3593 Anonymous
3rd May 2014
Saturday 8:32 pm
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FUCK WOLVE BASTARDS.

BEDDGELERT NEVER FORGETS.

WOLF BASTARDS.
>> No. 3596 Anonymous
3rd May 2014
Saturday 9:48 pm
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>>3592

Given the demeanor of most farmers I've met I'd gladly reintroduce wolves into their living room.

Fuck babies too.
>> No. 3597 Anonymous
3rd May 2014
Saturday 10:21 pm
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>>3596

With the Ian Watkin's debuncle, I do find Purps's black SAS rectangle quite apt.

Farmers are top lads. Try talk to some of em. As a Yorkshirelad I've had great times with gamekeepers, shepherds, dry stone wallers and cows.

I'm a vegetarian and they all threaten to shoot me cos I can't run faster than a scared ewe chased by a Welshman.

Farmers are great.
>> No. 3598 Anonymous
3rd May 2014
Saturday 10:27 pm
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>>3597

Shut up you incoherent bumpkin and find me some quails eggs.
>> No. 3599 Anonymous
3rd May 2014
Saturday 10:32 pm
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BOBBY SANDS APPRECIATION SOCIETY

AKA celeb diet in HEAT
>> No. 3600 Anonymous
3rd May 2014
Saturday 10:50 pm
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>>3599

Wrong thread?
>> No. 3601 Anonymous
4th May 2014
Sunday 12:00 am
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>>3592
I'd back it if only to give farmers subsidies.

>>3597
I agree.

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