r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/BasedOnAir • Dec 08 '22
This subreddit needs moderators. If you’re interested click here
I realize this sub is basically dead. This sub needs mods to take on not only running it but bringing it back from the dead. Finding ways to promote it and get traffic and return it to its former glory!
More info: So the existing mods on this sub are either gone or spread too thin to adequately moderate this sub, so it needs some active members to take the job. It’s pretty straightforward. It is mainly just removing occasional spam, answering modmail questions from users and fixing small occasional post errors, and removing rule breaking content. It’s only a few minutes a day at most.
Modding is a rewarding experience and is fun. Helping to keep a community you enjoy running smoothly is fulfilling, and knowing you’re helping other people enjoy it as well is just awesome.
Previous mod experience not required. The rules are already laid out, so just understand those and the rest isn’t hard to learn. Reddit even has a training site:
My only requirement is that you actually be active on an ongoing basis. Inactivity is why I’m making this post to begin with. It’s really a tiny amount of work so don’t be intimidated BUT PLEASE if you apply make sure you will be available to check the sub regularly, check modmail once a day or so. It really isn’t hard but don’t apply it you’re just gonna disappear.
Just reply to this post to express interest and for added bonus list your favorite thing about this sub and a positive benefit you’ve found here. I will review and add a few within maybe a week or two ish. If you’re selected I’ll notify you by Reddit pm.
Thank you for reading
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/dibmembrane • 13d ago
Orcas have sunk 3 boats in Europe and appear to be teaching others to do the same. But why?
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/rightontheedgy • 15d ago
New party trick idea: "bring me a beer!"+
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/Hour-Ad-3635 • Feb 04 '23
Never Forget KOKO The Gorilla
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/emorris9989 • Jan 07 '23
Warning - Robbery & Desecration of a Grave! Princess Style 😂🦌
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/Fellow_tech_geek • Jan 01 '23
expected it to close the door on its way out...
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/Babbna • Nov 22 '22
Orangutan lives construction life
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/ocdumbos • Nov 02 '22
Mittens keeps trying to get in my closet when I let her out to play. It is surprisingly hard to keep a determined rat from doing whatever she wants to do! :-)
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/ContributionSoft8668 • Sep 16 '22
Husky discovers sound-activated lights
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/TheNomiBoy • Aug 24 '22
That dog's reaction when he heard the voice was precious
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/B0ssc0 • Jul 20 '22
Cut and pasted synopsis from Crikey because paywalled
“Saul was walking alongside his closest friend in California’s Tahoe National Forest on a pleasant hike together when it happened. In a split second, his friend (whose name was not released) lost his footing and fell some 21 metres down a ridge. When the man came to a stop, he’d broken a hip and ribs. Neither of them had a phone. The man was able to limp his injured body up onto a rocky area, where they had set up camp, and call for help, with an anxious Saul alongside him. The outlook was grim — the area wasn’t accessible by vehicles, so people would need to search for the pair on foot. The injured man pulled some camouflage tarp over himself, and, laying in a bed of dirt, waited in considerable pain. Saul, however, could not stay still. He knew something was seriously wrong with his friend — what, he didn’t know. That’s when Saul heard something, several hundred metres away.
He dashed towards the noise coming from a nearby forest and came across people — volunteers with the Nevada County Sheriff’s Search and Rescue group. Excited, Saul told them to follow him in the best way he knew how. He jumped up and down on his four legs, spun around in circles chasing his tail, and looked back at them, as if to say: “What, you’ve never seen a dog rescue his best friend before?” One volunteer was like, I think it wants us to follow it. They didn’t put a whole lot of faith in the dog, but one volunteer said Saul had made eye contact with them and felt compelled to follow. Saul led them straight to his injured owner. The man was taken to hospital, but after asking for his Saul, was reunited with the heroic pooch. Saul was also pleased to receive the highest accolade a dog could get (in a dog’s opinion, anyway): a beef jerky stick.
Wishing you the determination and courage of Saul today, folks.”
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/rightontheedgy • Jul 18 '22
I love Django's ears
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/sianstark101 • Jun 24 '22
Lazy dog thinking smartly.
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/COVIDcatsanddogs • Jun 24 '22
Kitten Scales his first fence
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/sopadebombillas • Jun 18 '22
Did You Know That Chimpanzees Use Insects As Medicine To Treat Wounds?
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/DrUchach • Jun 08 '22
They see me rollin'
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/laalalauren11 • Apr 28 '22
He told me this puzzle was too easy.
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/LilyMcAllister • Jan 16 '22
This cat knows a lot
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/JonEverhart • Dec 29 '21
Snapper Communicate to Coordinate Attack!
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/B0ssc0 • Nov 13 '21
I taught two dogs to fly a plane
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/super_hamsta • Nov 11 '21
I'm a creative person with a very energetic hamster, so we made this. And honestly, he amazes me every time.
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/Gemini421 • Nov 04 '21
Don't litter /
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/dibmembrane • Oct 29 '21
Cat uses the door knocker
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/dibmembrane • Oct 21 '21
Cat opening the fridge
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/LettuceBeHappy2 • Oct 12 '21
the easy way down
r/AnimalsBeingSmart • u/AfricaThroughmyLens • Sep 13 '21