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Old 05-30-2013, 01:49 AM   #41
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Hah, LOL, that would have given me a heart attack, I would have like got my ar-15 and start to shoot all over the outside lol
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Old 05-30-2013, 02:02 AM   #42
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I would end up either shooting a tree, running into a tree, or the bullet would ricashae and hit me. None of those would be good. Poor me.
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Hah, man, I don't like mountain lions anymore>. And my high school mascot are the cougars!
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Old 05-30-2013, 02:11 AM   #44
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Haha, their still my favorite big cat. There beautiful creatures, from a distance. Their actually pretty rare around here , we hear them scream and mabye find a few paw prints every now and then, but other then that, they just dissapear. Ghost of the forest.
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I would end up either shooting a tree, running into a tree, or the bullet would ricashae and hit me. None of those would be good. Poor me.
Lol. The only somewhat scary animal I saw was a fox. That was probably the only predatory animal I have seen ( dont count zoos ).
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Well some neighbors can be scary
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My bedroom has a 6'x3'x3' water dragon enclosure, a 30gal tall, a 10gal vertical frog tank, 20gal long tank, 6gal nano reef, and 10gal cichlid fry grow out tank.
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My bedroom has a 6'x3'x3' water dragon enclosure, a 30gal tall, a 10gal vertical frog tank, 20gal long tank, 6gal nano reef, and 10gal cichlid fry grow out tank.
I love water dragons! I've wanted one for years now but I've never had the space for one. I see them every time I go into petsmart and it's like they come up to the glass and beg me to take them home with me. Which is odd from a reptile.
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I love water dragons! I've wanted one for years now but I've never had the space for one. I see them every time I go into petsmart and it's like they come up to the glass and beg me to take them home with me. Which is odd from a reptile.
they have amazing personalities! such chill and friendly lizards! They do require lots of space though.
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