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Old 03-31-2010, 04:25 PM   #1
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Old 04-04-2010, 09:26 PM   #2
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Those things are awesome. I remember seeing them washed up on the shore of the beach sometimes. I heard they were in dangered animals but I guess not. Don't they sting though?
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Those things are awesome. I remember seeing them washed up on the shore of the beach sometimes. I heard they were in dangered animals but I guess not. Don't they sting though?
They are harmless.
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They are harmless.
LOL. Anyways, how is keeping these little guys alive? Was it hard to breed them?

Also, how long do these critters live and how big do they get when adulthood is reached?
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Captive Raised doesn't mean they were Bred, not to mention their numbers are considered to be heavily dwindling in the wild. In the wild they will reach just under 2ft and about 10lbs. Supposedly the lifespan is 15-20yrs.
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Captive Raised doesn't mean they were Bred, not to mention their numbers are considered to be heavily dwindling in the wild. In the wild they will reach just under 2ft and about 10lbs. Supposedly the lifespan is 15-20yrs.
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LOL. Anyways, how is keeping these little guys alive? Was hard to breed them?

Also, how long do these critters live and how big do they get when adulthood is reached?
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Hey guys want to try these hermits they are very active
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I always thought horseshoe crabs were really cool. I got to pet one once when I was really little. They have a few of them at Underwater World in their little "petting zoo" pool thing.
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