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(Phys Org2)   Blood-feeding livestock mites can be detected with tiny wearable "Fitbits for chickens." It's pretty int-hens   (phys.org) divider line
    More: Interesting, Chicken, Algorithm, Bird, UC Riverside entomologist Amy Murillo, Mite, Computer science, Computer, team of entomologists  
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2020-07-13 1:21:20 PM  
That's a poultry excuse for a pun
 
2020-07-13 3:19:16 PM  
There's always that one chicken that crossposts her daily workouts to all sorts of social media platforms and her blog with a humble-brag description and a bunch of hashtags.
#fitnesschicks
#blessed
#ba-caw
 
2020-07-13 3:23:01 PM  

FrancoFile: There's always that one chicken that crossposts her daily workouts to all sorts of social media platforms and her blog with a humble-brag description and a bunch of hashtags.
#fitnesschicks
#blessed
#ba-caw


You're being mean.

It's just fowl play.
 
2020-07-13 3:35:23 PM  
Permethrin is the anti-creepy crawly cureall. Spray it liberally and often.

Disclaimer: does not apply to cats.
 
2020-07-13 3:41:12 PM  
Makes me think of a pic I have of a moose that was standing in a median eating grass when we were in AK.
The entire rear flank of this poor thing was covered in ticks and what looked like horse fly bites. Some fur patches were missing like it has rubbed itself raw.
Rear legs were constantly twitching.
 
2020-07-13 4:48:59 PM  
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2020-07-14 10:03:37 AM  
So the next IoT DDOS attack will be from a flock of chickens?
 
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