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Odd Pet Desires?


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#1 wishmakingfairy

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Posted 29 October 2016 - 11:36 AM

I absolutely love all insects and bugs. However, one has come to my attention that I'd love to share and eventually get myself. Its called a tailless whip scorpion or whip spider.

 

-Its chelicerae (Bitey Fangs) Apparently don't really hurt and like anything it won't bite you unless you're really trying to threaten its life. The little grabby pedipalps (The Tiny hands) apparent feel like a rose thorn, but like before its if you're really trying to be aggressive. Theres nothing to really fear except how cute they are once you get use to everything including the large boopy antennae on their sides :P.

 

http://www.jonathansjungleroadshow.co.uk/images/img_1947.jpg?crc=428490511

 

And a video of how they move:


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#2 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted 29 October 2016 - 05:45 PM

By the sound of it you would be right at home in Australia !

 

Have a look at the topic 'You know you are in Australia when . . .'

 

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Posted 30 October 2016 - 07:16 AM

I had a pet tarantula a long time ago. I named her Fluffy. She lived for fifteen years. I got her at the local flea market for like five bucks. She was missing a couple of legs, but I knew they'd grow back.
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Posted 31 October 2016 - 05:55 PM

I had a pet tarantula a long time ago. I named her Fluffy. She lived for fifteen years. I got her at the local flea market for like five bucks. She was missing a couple of legs, but I knew they'd grow back.

Wow 15 years thats amazing i had no idea they lived that long mate.

We used to have a pet crow and mag pie that would come around our house and get some kangaroo meat every morning and evening.

We also used to have some friendly pet possums that would sleep in me shed and i could hand feed them and pat the little babies a well out of mums pouch, they look like aliens when they are that small!

 

My next pet is i want to get a Brahma bull and a goat, and more chickens.






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