A user shared a horrific story about his pet quails attacking their own male chick due to scarcity of resources. It seems hormonal changes encourage aggression in quails. The heartbreaking act is an adaptation ensuring survival and reproductive fitness.
"Dogs don't live long but they're loved as family," says a user. Humans outlive dogs, causing imbalance and potential grief in the relationship, knowing they'll be with us only for a fraction of our lives.
"A user recalled how he developed entomophobia from a childhood love for butterflies after discovering their long whip-tongues not only sip nectar, but also mud puddles, rotting fruit, and even animal poop. He later embraced honey bees."