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Spider Plants Are Easy to Take Care Of
Spinners need very little water once they’re established in the ground, but will appreciate occasional misting if grown indoors. Once you get to know your particular spinner, you may only need to water it when the surface starts to feel dry. Spider plants do not appreciably compete for space with other indoor plantings; they can be situated close together without harming each other too much. In fact, some growers recommend planting several spider plants together so that humans and spiders share one area! These hardy PLANTS tolerate light deprivation, making them an ideal choice for those who live in areas where sunlight is sparse during winter months.
Regarding temperament, most experts agree that cats in the wild are shy by nature and will typically remain hidden when possible. In captivity however, some personalities can develop which makes them more tolerant of humans and may even approach humans for food or offers of affection. Regardless of their disposition outside of the home or zoo setting, it’s important to remember that wild animals are often much larger and stronger than domesticated cats so respect should always be shown when encountering one in close proximity (close enough for a good photo opportunity!).
While black bears can occasionally attack if they feel threatened orScroll down for detailed guides on how to interact with a wild animal safely! attacked first, most interactions between people and bears are peaceful and positive. Black bears may approach people if they see them hunting or eatingnatural foods1 close enough for them to clearly identify as a human; otherwise, they typically stayaway unless disturbed. If you do encounter a bear, it’s importantto display proper bear safety behaviour (i.e., make noise while hiking and minimizethe amount of food that you carry) in order to avoidan altercation2 . Bear encounters should always be treated as anunlikely but possible scenario, so keep your head up and Persevere!
If you’re ever unlucky enough totrouble a bear or have an interaction that doesn’t go smoothly, don’t Panic! There are many thingsthat you can do in order to deescalate the situation before itturns dangerous3 . Remember: even if a bear doesattack you – which is very rare4 – Toughen Up!, scream likeyou’re dying5 ,and fight back fiercely6 will more than likely provide afriendly outcome7 .
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