Discussion in 'Invertebrates' started by fastrd400, Nov 19, 2009.
awwwwww, no wonder she's in here hanging with the likes of us :mrgreen:
oh are you sad now i have a little violin for you
yeah when #1 is off at work i catch mad ooh: from they guys but its all good fun:mrgreen: not always clean fun just good fun:mrgreen:
i can tell you where you can put that tiny violin james, and no never sad except that #1 is gone so nahnahnah
yea i know right were i am going to shove it and you are not going to like it
and fast i would hang out with the guys even when #1 is home but i get to focused on him:shock: since he is gone for 2 weeks at a time:grumble:
yeah i would probably like it where your thinking of shoving it:shock:
you know for a fact she won't like it? :mrgreen:
I think I'll slowly back away from this one:shock:
Well I actually have some input on the linkia question.
Linkias are extremely difficult to keep alive. They rarely last longer than a couple months in captivity. It may need to be fed, but the main reason people can't seem to keep them alive is because no one really knows what they eat. It's a shame that so many people buy them -- understandable, because they are so beautiful. But their survival rate is abysmal and they usually waste away and we just don't know why. They are animals that should only be kept by experts, and probably even left in the ocean.
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