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Old 02-07-2013, 09:06 PM   #11
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Spends a lot of time on top of the rock and kinda suspended in the stream from the pump
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Old 02-07-2013, 09:53 PM   #12
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That's odd I've never seen that before. However I would remove it
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Old 02-07-2013, 09:59 PM   #13
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Just from seeing it and reading it I am feeling like spiders are on me. I would get rid of it ASAP. Lol
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Old 02-07-2013, 10:01 PM   #14
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I could never sleep in the same house as that thing, however... I think you may have a very rare species here? Call the local wild animal rescue? lol
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Definitely find out what it is first before getting rid of it. Now I feel like spiders are crawling on me. Thanks!!
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Old 02-07-2013, 10:39 PM   #16
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Sorry for the crawling feeling most of u have .... But remember i have to be here with "it" hope the video can be seen...give it a few seconds for the video to load


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Old 02-08-2013, 12:10 AM   #17
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Ok that's just CREEPY!!! Yuck!! I'm afraid of spiders and watching that thing crawl around like that?! I retracts last statement.

Open window, take tank and toss it out said window, go outside and drive over that thing 237 times back and forth to assure its dead, then throw lighter fluid on it and burn it for about 3 hours. Put it out and you should be good.

I'll buy you a new tank, get that beast out of your house!!
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I showed the video to my partner and he sent me out of the room! Amphibious Spider from Mars!!! Duct tape the lid at night!
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Just from seeing it and reading it I am feeling like spiders are on me. I would get rid of it ASAP. Lol
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I could never sleep in the same house as that thing, however... I think you may have a very rare species here? Call the local wild animal rescue? lol
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Ok that's just CREEPY!!! Yuck!! I'm afraid of spiders and watching that thing crawl around like that?! I retracts last statement.

Open window, take tank and toss it out said window, go outside and drive over that thing 237 times back and forth to assure its dead, then throw lighter fluid on it and burn it for about 3 hours. Put it out and you should be good.

I'll buy you a new tank, get that beast out of your house!!
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I showed the video to my partner and he sent me out of the room! Amphibious Spider from Mars!!! Duct tape the lid at night!
Although for some reason I cannot see the video; however, I totally agree with all of you...I felt creepy and like something was crawling on me while reading this thread...
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Is it bad that all these comments now have me so curious about what it is that I'm thinking about leaving them ( yup, about 3 of them) in the tank until. Find and answer as to what they are....well hoping that when I go see he tank this morning there's no surprises....or more of them...
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