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  • If you consider becoming a dwarf, feel free to read the updated intro!
    Reminder to feel free to request events to me, otherwise I'll continue making pop-ups for pink tags!
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    CptZ
    CptZ
    No fair, I want pop-up events too!
    Cardiovascular
    Cardiovascular
    Make pop up events for dark green tags
    Cortel x
    Cortel x
    I want a mimic that’s in the form of a toaster that’s actually a dragon controlled by a siren to combat mimics that are in the form of bread and are actually also dragons and it turns out it’s all a disguise to try and begin a dragon civil war because they can’t figure out how to make a toaster work.
    A study suggests being short might offer one key health benefit.

    According to researchers, shorter people are at a lower risk for developing blood clots than taller individuals.

    Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is a blood clot located in a deep vein – typically in the legs. Dr. Michael Brottman, a cardiologist with the Advocate Heart Institute, says DVT can be deadly.

    “Blood clots have the capability of traveling to the lungs and leading to pulmonary embolism, which can cause even bigger problems,” he says. Pulmonary embolism is when a clot blocks an artery in the lung.

    In the study, researchers analyzed health data from more than 2.6 million people, all Swedish sibling pairs. They found that men under 63 inches were 65 percent less likely to develop a blood clot compared to men 74 inches or taller.

    Women under 61 inches who were pregnant for the first time were 69 percent less likely to develop a clot compared to those 72 inches or taller. Study authors theorize the decrease in risk among the shorter individuals is related to the fact that “taller individuals have longer leg veins…there is more surface area where problems can occur.”
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    NVSE
    NVSE
    No lol join mt
    Burnsalan20
    Burnsalan20
    I've been asking for suggestions for days and only one reply on the hunter post lol
    Lungfish can live out of water for several years. It secretes a mucus cocoon and burrows itself under the unbaked earth. It takes in air with its lung through a built-in breathing tube that leads to the surface. A lungfish has both gills and a lung.
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    Darken
    Darken
    I can approve, I live inside burrows and so I have made a few lungfish friends!
    Don't trust the poster below me. They want to sell you fast food!
    Ren_2
    Ren_2
    Yeah, it's food that is given to you super fast.
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