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Old 05-16-2005, 08:42 PM   #1
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I love my pom pom crabs!

They are so cute. They are always out when lights are off and some when lights are on. They are always waving their anenome's. One has lost one already and only has one. I can't tell if it has both in one claw or if it lost one. I'm just happy I can see them. One lives under my toadstool mushroom. The other lives in a rock in the front. They are waving their claws at me as I type. One has a red spot under it's belly and the other one doesn't?? I don't know why. They are cute.
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