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Tarantulas may be big and hairy, but that doesn't mean they're scary! Tarantulas are known to be docile when it comes to encountering humans, with some even keeping tarantulas as pets. Let us know if you have one! #pictureoftheday https://t.co/IgqGNDJ592
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Just like with us humans, routine dental care is imperative for horses. On tonight's #DrJeff: Rocky Mountain Vet, we join Dr. Nichols and Hector to give a rescue horse named Red a thorough dental exam (featuring some rather unorthodox tools). Tune in later at 9pm ET! https://t.co/KzhecffxAz
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After seeing what horses go through for their teeth, we will never complain about seeing the dentist ever again. 

Don't miss a new #DrJeff: Rocky Mountain Vet this Saturday at 9pm ET. https://t.co/HMkHPi6cj2
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The giant coua is part of the coua bird family, which is endemic to the island of Madagascar. If you’re ever there and want to see one for yourself, you’re more likely to find the giant coua walking on the ground, as opposed to flying. #madagascarmonday https://t.co/idHyZgCPU7
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Happy #WolfAwarenessWeek! Gray wolves once covered two-thirds of the United States, until the species was nearly driven into extinction in the 20th century. Thankfully, the population has slowly increased over the last few decades. https://t.co/lhuC5zSKj2
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Happy #WolfAwarenessWeek! Gray wolves once covered two-thirds of the United States, until the species was nearly driven into extinction in the 20th century. Thankfully, the population has slowly increased over the last few decades. https://t.co/CfEoRRgDuc
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Ferrets have been beloved pets for centuries. One famous ferret lover is Queen Elizabeth I, who had her pet ferret included in one of her royal portraits from 1585! You can see a ferret named Fat Guy tonight at 9pm ET on #DrJeff get a nail trim. https://t.co/8ZfoXGLnp1
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