Saw this snapping turtle while on a jog, do you guys ever face fitness related hazards while exercising?

Saw this snapping turtle while on a jog, do you guys ever face fitness related hazards while exercising?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    What pokemon is this

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      snappamon (it's a digimon)

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Grotle

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I saw this when i woke up

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      It's just a lizard pussy, kill it or release it in the wild.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Wtf that snake has legs

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/NZ1zrD3.png

      saw this thing screeching once, also saw a deer today on a walk

      https://i.imgur.com/ty8osxV.jpeg

      snek on hike

      https://i.imgur.com/A9pmvie.jpeg

      Any closer and I would have goose teeth stuck in my leg

      https://i.imgur.com/Ftg9vMF.jpeg

      What type? Heres a red belly black snake I bumped into while spelunking in the outback.

      https://i.imgur.com/BnReJBv.jpeg

      nice one anon

      Neat.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Household skink we get them in Florida

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    night runner so I see lots of foxes and hedgehogs. foxes don't pay proper attention to their surroundings at night so I end up right on top of them before they notice me and then they absoluetly shit themselves, it's kind of funny. hedgehogs though are trip hazards in the dark, and I have to stop running to move them when they're in the middle of the road so they don't get flattened. you have to pick them up and move them, if you prod them with your shoe they just hunker down even more.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      neve coyotes? theres fricking tons around here and now theyre interbred with wolves (aka coywolves) so theyre bigger and meaner looking than regular coyotes. i dont think theyd attack a person but they hang out in packs and arent afraid of us at all anymore

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        He obviously lives in England moron, do you have hedgehogs all over your arizona suburb?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          i missed the hedgehog part lol. im in canada btw, coyotes are basically everywhere in north america now

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    saw this thing screeching once, also saw a deer today on a walk

  5. 1 month ago
    Shaman of /fit/

    Saw a coyote on a /nightrun/ once. Very intense eyes, but it didn't want any smoke tgod

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    snek on hike

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I hate them so much it's unreal

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        I truly will never understand what it’s like to be born in a man’s body but so clearly have the hormonal composition of a woman. It’s a fricking snake how does that scare you? I could understand not wanting a venomous one around your property but even then they’re not scary you just shovel it or relocate it elsewhere. But the ways people act when they see even just a common racer, like the lady off Tom n jerry comes out and grown men start crying like the damn thing isn’t gonna run away the second it notices people. Even then, the bites of a non venomous strake really don’t hurt at all they at best break the skin slightly like a paper cut.
        I could MAYBE get it if someone lived in the fricking jungle where there were many venomous snakes and a handful of ones that looked similar to non venomous but this shit is just silly.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          The fear is probably based on avoiding venomous things. I don’t know for sure because the snakes where I live are safe so I don’t mind them

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I truly will never understand what it’s like to be born in a man’s body but so clearly have the hormonal composition of a woman. It’s a fricking snake how does that scare you? I could understand not wanting a venomous one around your property but even then they’re not scary you just shovel it or relocate it elsewhere. But the ways people act when they see even just a common racer, like the lady off Tom n jerry comes out and grown men start crying like the damn thing isn’t gonna run away the second it notices people. Even then, the bites of a non venomous strake really don’t hurt at all they at best break the skin slightly like a paper cut.
            I could MAYBE get it if someone lived in the fricking jungle where there were many venomous snakes and a handful of ones that looked similar to non venomous but this shit is just silly.

            I don't know enough about snakes to make the call weather they are poisonous or not, and people have made that mistake many times. So why guess, I just scare them away. Hopefully if it bites someone's dog, it isn't venomous.

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              If you’re in America there are only a few snakes you need to be able to identify:
              >Cotton mouths
              Look similar to a few non venomous water snake species particularly the brown water snake, so in this case if you’re unsure it’s better safe than sorry. But a cotton mouth tends to be darker from what I’ve seen and usually they’ll do their mouth display which gives them their name (they will sit there with their mouth wide open showing the white inside).
              >Copperheads
              They camouflage very well with the ground where they’re typically found. Look them up. They have no look alike s though.
              >Coral snakes
              Red yellow black striping. They have a couple look alikes, milk snakes and kingsnakes. Red touches yellow = bad
              Red on black = probably not bad
              That rule isn’t fool proof however because genetic variations do occur in reptiles sometimes (morphology) and mutations do occur occasionally.
              >Rattle snakes
              They will be rattling at you. Many non venomous snakes, like racers, will imitate the rattling if cornered or trapped. But only rattlesnakes have an actual rattle

              >other key features
              This is true for all but the coral snake. And this is only for the US because like the coral snakes many of the species in other parts of the world do not follow this rule.
              Triangular shaped head
              Cat eye slit pupil
              = venomous

              Head more even with body
              Round pupil
              = non venomous

              The coral snake doesn’t follow this rule.

              >why are snakes based
              They don’t want shit to do with you, they’re shy creatures and wanna be left alone. They frick up pests like rats, many species will find the nests and eat the babies rather than 1 large adult per week.
              >what do if youve found a venomous or one you suspect is venomous on your property/ a residential area
              I personally would relocate it but Ive been fricking with them since I could walk, you can call your local fish & wildlife to do this or a paid service.
              Or, if I had small children/dog and that wasn’t an option I would kill it

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                When the abos get bit by a snake they literally lay under a tree for 4 days then walk it off. White mans medicine costs an arm and a leg and forces you to humiliate yourself.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >When the abos get bit by a snake they literally lay under a tree for 4 days then walk it off.
                lmao

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                >abos
                They’re different genetically (basically Neanderthals)
                >aussie
                Yeah if you’re in roo land I wouldn’t listen to what I’ve posted here. I know nothing of the snakes you guys have there. Just that there’s many venomous ones.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                we get white and black striped king snakes where i work sometimes and they are based. pretty docile too, i was able to pick one up and just handle it like nothing. have run into a yellow belly racer on a run before, didnt know what it was so just examined it from a distance before i could look it up. then earlier this week we had what i think was a watersnake out in the street. it looked like someone smashed his head in with a stick. was very dark (not black) and had a faint pattern on him. im trying to learn more about the ones near us so i can get rid of that initial jump when seeing one unexpectedly, and at least now i know any striped ones around here arent poisonous.

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                Sounds like a California king or a brooks if I remember correctly. I found one once in tennessee (might have been North Carolina) it was just a yearling. Kept it for a night then let it go. Also found a huge purple dildo nearby where I found it
                The water snake sounds like a brown water snake. Was it’s pattern basically just big dots? They look super similar to cotton mouths but can at best give a nasty physical wound. I like them, I see their babies pretty often actually. Found one the other day.
                >trying to learn more
                I recommend taking photos whenever you can and just reading up on your states native species. I used to have a Pokédex type of goal where I wanted to catch and photograph every species of animal in my area. I still do, it’s coming along I guess. I’ve caught nearly every native reptile and amphibian, caught a few mammals too.
                If you have a fear you wanna get over try to handle the ones you know are safe, you may get bit or musked but they can’t kill you. Then consider getting a pet if you think you can care for it properly. I would suggest a garter snake or any species that maxes at around 3-4 feet. Ball pythons are cool it’s just they can get 6 feet and aren’t all that active whereas a corn snake you may get to see it be perched on a branch, see it explore more. Lmao my initial jump is to go for it and grab them, there was a time as a kid when I saw my first snake I got scared though, I guess it is naturally built into us. I had never heard of that animal when I saw it back then it was this weird slender thing with no limbs moving wildly in a pool may as well have been an alien

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                yeah it basically looked like this but i cant remember if it had a yellow belly or not.
                we've had a TON of horny toads around lately as well. ive got a vid of my son just snatching one out of my hands when he was around 18months

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I just feel like it’s too easy to learn this

            If you’re in America there are only a few snakes you need to be able to identify:
            >Cotton mouths
            Look similar to a few non venomous water snake species particularly the brown water snake, so in this case if you’re unsure it’s better safe than sorry. But a cotton mouth tends to be darker from what I’ve seen and usually they’ll do their mouth display which gives them their name (they will sit there with their mouth wide open showing the white inside).
            >Copperheads
            They camouflage very well with the ground where they’re typically found. Look them up. They have no look alike s though.
            >Coral snakes
            Red yellow black striping. They have a couple look alikes, milk snakes and kingsnakes. Red touches yellow = bad
            Red on black = probably not bad
            That rule isn’t fool proof however because genetic variations do occur in reptiles sometimes (morphology) and mutations do occur occasionally.
            >Rattle snakes
            They will be rattling at you. Many non venomous snakes, like racers, will imitate the rattling if cornered or trapped. But only rattlesnakes have an actual rattle

            >other key features
            This is true for all but the coral snake. And this is only for the US because like the coral snakes many of the species in other parts of the world do not follow this rule.
            Triangular shaped head
            Cat eye slit pupil
            = venomous

            Head more even with body
            Round pupil
            = non venomous

            The coral snake doesn’t follow this rule.

            >why are snakes based
            They don’t want shit to do with you, they’re shy creatures and wanna be left alone. They frick up pests like rats, many species will find the nests and eat the babies rather than 1 large adult per week.
            >what do if youve found a venomous or one you suspect is venomous on your property/ a residential area
            I personally would relocate it but Ive been fricking with them since I could walk, you can call your local fish & wildlife to do this or a paid service.
            Or, if I had small children/dog and that wasn’t an option I would kill it

            . I never tried to learn all this I just did. Even then people go out of their way to kill them thinking they’re doing good almost on tier with some woke esque virtue signal, when in reality they’re causing harm to the ecosystem. Almost every species of snake is safe, 100% of every species wants to get as far away from people as it can. It’s just where people live rodents have always followed and the snakes know how to find the rodents so they end up near people too.

            Corn snakes

            Rat snakes

            King snakes (these will eat venomous snakes)

            Indigo snakes (endangered but these are north America’s biggest native snake, they will buttrape rattlesnakes for fun they eat them and are the most based snake in existence also intelligent for a reptile)

            Gopher snakes/pine snakes

            Ring neck snakes

            Racers

            Just to name a few, they’re based. They worry about themselves, they don’t wanna be anywhere near us.

            [...]
            I don't know enough about snakes to make the call weather they are poisonous or not, and people have made that mistake many times. So why guess, I just scare them away. Hopefully if it bites someone's dog, it isn't venomous.

            See above, there’s some species I think you should look up. Some will even eat venomous snakes. Where I am people who keep pet snakes will feed coral snakes they find to their king snakes

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Many people haven’t went through the effort of learning that and then it’s easy to understand this instinctual revulsion. The spiders where I live aren’t dangerous either but I hate them about as much as Black folk. That “guy” who hates snakes might have the same feeling about snakes as I do about spiders .

              • 1 month ago
                Anonymous

                I can understand that. Despite being comfortable around venomous snakes I hate spiders, I hate all types it doesn’t matter how harmless it is. The only ones that I’m chill with are daddy long legs because they A.) just seem more awkward than scary and B.) they actively hunt and frick up other spiders and are very successful at it from what I’ve witnessed. I have several in my bathroom that hang with me while I shit. One keeps attaching part of her web to the carpet in front of my toilet and if I’m not paying attention she feels the vibrations from moving my feet and she’ll come try to attack my big toe then run away when she realizes it’s not food. It’s kinda cute. But every other spider I hate and kill on sight when they’re in my home, so I can actually understand the snake fear when you put it like that. Granted, I’m not killing spiders that are outside where they belong unless it’s a black widow or brown recluse on my property.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >primitive fear of venomous creatures
          >snakes seem like they're hard to grab

          If anything, a woman would underestimate the threat of a wild creature, like idk a bear being better than a man.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          most people think all snakes are venomous anyway.most people dont know much about wild life at all.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      What type? Heres a red belly black snake I bumped into while spelunking in the outback.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      nice one anon

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >the swamp has fallen

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Needles, broken beer bottles, and other sharps.
    If I run in suburbia it isn't common but along the main roads it is bad.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I hate sharps. Any bad guy who puts sharps on the ground should be forced to step on a sharp and die. Bear foots.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Hello medgay.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'm gonna inject hair owen attics with vitamin C. Who's got sharps now?

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I was once chased by an armadillo on early morning run. Fricker followed me about 15 feet.

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I don’t run into any real danger, I do however imagine I’m being chased by pirate skeletons to get myself to run faster.

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Any closer and I would have goose teeth stuck in my leg

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I salute you, fellow german

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    There's a hawk that flies and chills near my trail at a certain hour.

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I've seen a bunch of turtles lately. Is it time for them to lay eggs or something?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Turtles don’t lay eggs, dumbass. They carry their babies in their shell.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Yes. They will begin to hatch around winter and then emerge out of the ground during spring, when they will try their best to go separate ways in search of their own water sources.

  15. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I’ve seen a rattlesnake off the trail once or twice, very scary. I don’t particularly like snakes and the things are dangerous. They do look pretty though.

  16. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Once when doing sprint intervals in a trail in my hometown I almost stepped right on a viper.

  17. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Me. I'm the hazard to all cyclist hogging the road.

  18. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    two weeks ago I went running despite a thunder storm coming up. didn't even rain at first but then things escalated quickly. had multiple thunderbolts go off inside of the cloud directly above me, the smell of ozone was crazy. went running the same route next morning and it actually struck a tree near the path I took.

  19. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Did you shit on it? Why does your shit have hay in it?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      They burry themselves under the ground so mud covers them and plants can even grow on their back

  20. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    there is nothing but dog shit where I live
    every neighbor has to have some annoying barker that they don't bother to clean after

  21. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    When I got around a corner on my bicycle there was a moose a few meters away on my driveway. I got so scared I turned around and left and waited a bit before returning home.

  22. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Home gym autist here. My fricking cat jumped up on my lap when I was doing bench press and I got startled and almost dropped the bar on myself

  23. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Update
    twice i have escaped sharks while open-ocean swimming

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      > escaped
      how? you definitely didnt outswim them lol

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        They got rotated.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      whatafak how? If I was ever swimming and saw even the slightest sign of a shark I would shit myself. Heck, seeing a dolphin or a whale would do this to me too.
      Thats because I live in Europe(even though I got access to the sea) and the only sea animals I ever encounter are fish and jellyfish

  24. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I see women in my gym every day

  25. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Black folk trying to fight me in my gym

  26. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    hey gay I'm not finished with you

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      watch out OP!

  27. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    This one time I was walking on a forest trail and happened to look behind me and there was a woman jogging towards me some distance away. I had to break into a sprint to get away from her.

  28. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I was sitting on the riverside after the gym when I saw a bug floating through the air near me. It landed on me and I saw it was a jumping spider, it then rappelled down from me to the ground with its web and I took a photo of it. Sorry for the poor photo quality.
    I don't know how it was flying, maybe it was just light enough to float on the wind.

  29. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I saw a black man inside the gym one time.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      My gym has segregation

  30. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I see a lot of free protein

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