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dakota - 2007-11-05
i never knew how fun spiders could be

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Animal-World info on Albino Corn Snake
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haylea - 2007-11-04
i just got an albino corn snake like a few hours ago and her name is ripley. she is already friendly and very nice. she was my b-day present, i just turned 11. she let me hold her the first time i saw her and loves it. she hasn't hissed or been aggressive yet and i hope she stays like that. she's great so far and i love her. she is the nicest snake ever and im very glad i have her!=]

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Animal-World info on Giant Desert Centipede
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Richard Dooley - 2007-11-04
A few months ago, we had a micro burst come through the foothills, in Tucson, AZ. I was tending bar at a country club and a server who works with me was on the patio watching the storm when he felt something land on the back of his neck. It had stung him twice before he could fling it off. It turned out to be a centipede that measured around 8 inches. We saw it the next day. It was huge.

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sky - 2007-11-04
They are so cute and fun to handle!

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Animal-World info on Spiny Soft-shelled Turtle
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Mike - 2007-11-03
I have had a spiny softshell turtle now for about, 3 months, he lives in a heated 45 gal tank with 3 other turtles. I have had no problems, and he is definatly fully grown, if anything the turtles are getting along great. It is definatly fun watching him catch fish, he bury himself under the sand/gravel with just his head out and "snap" the fish that swim right in front of him. Oh, and his name is Sargent Slips (due to his slippery shell.) As long as you don't keep the tank TOO crowded, they'll do just fine.

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Animal-World info on Giant Desert Centipede
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B.A.R - 2007-10-30
We found one in Medicine Park, Ok... We measured it at 8 inches for sure.. We named him Leggs.. Hes Awesome!!!!

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Animal-World info on Goliath Bird-eating Spider
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matthew - 2007-10-28
I've got a goliath bird eater. Shes a girl and I've had her for about 5 months now. Her name is Anabel. Lately she is acting really weird, i think she is going to molt soon. She hides in her log all the time, even at night. I just hope shes ready to molt, but i dont want her to molt in her log because i dont want to disturb her tank and rip it up once she's finished molting. She's cool though, but frustrating at the same time.

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Animal-World info on Desert Hairy Scorpion
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rap c nesbit - 2007-10-27
i have just purchased my new desert hairy scorpion and she is gourgeous! She may sting a little, but i just quickly pull my hand back. They are very cute and docile, lovey!

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SjB - 2007-10-27
Red-headed centipedes are common north of Dallas in the crosstimbers area--we've seen them as big as 8" in our yard in Oak Point. They're not just limited to New Mexico and points west!

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Animal-World info on Red-eared Slider
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Kelley - 2007-10-23
I just graduated from a 10 gallon tank to a 55 gallon mac-daddy turtle world. It's awesome. My one-year old turtle and his two 3-month-old buddies are loving it. They have a floating sunbathing rock. I keep guppies in the tank to breed a continual supply of live fish. They eat pellets and anachris. I read how easily they breed but I don't want them to breed. I wouldn't know what to do with that many babies.

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