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The results are in! 53% of people want to lay an egg, whereas only 47% of people don't.
while a bog beast inside your living space may be frightening, it's important to respect their vital role in the ecosystem. they control pest insects, rodents and invasive swamp hags that cause disease with their curses and spells
@wolfteeth *gently but deftly using a folded-in-half newspaper to prod a two ton mass of lichen, dirt and assorted bones out of the back door* ahh come on fella. there you go. howd you even get in here i wonder
if you discover a bog beast in your home, you may capture it in a humane trap and release it in a nearby swamp, to continue shambling in its natural environment
"I’ve had the soft, leathery caress of a bat’s wing against my buttocks while having a poo"—Leejiah Dorward, whose paper on Tanzanian outhouse bats was recently published in the African Journal of Ecology. Sabrina Imbler writes about the research for the NYT: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/10/08/science/bats-outhouses-africa.html
Excitingly, another toilet bat paper is on the way, this time from Kenya.
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