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post #31 of 59 (permalink) Old 03-27-2011, 05:16 PM
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my most unusual pet is would have to be my giant betta fish who is abnormaly the most sweet thing i know. Lol but im dont know if that counts as unusual.
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post #32 of 59 (permalink) Old 03-27-2011, 06:39 PM
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My most unusual pet's are three Betta fish, I'm actually getting teased for having them as pet's and caring for them !

But later down the line I want a wolf.

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post #33 of 59 (permalink) Old 03-27-2011, 07:53 PM
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nothing odd, just some fish, and furballs (the feline kind)
Although my current fuzzball is the oddest cat I've ever been around.
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Originally Posted by bettamaniac View Post
a triops. to give you an image of what they look like they are like a combination of horseshoe crabs and seamonkeys. they only get two inches long at max. and I have had a lot of them in the past. they also look like this (sorry about the huge picture I dont have anything smaller)
I had some of those once! :D
I also had a tick, but it died. xD

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I had a rescue iguana for a few years. He was a mean, mean guy. He'd been kinda stunted and underfed over his young life and he wasn't well socialized. I had welts all over from his tail. I gave him to a friend when he got to be too much to handle. She used to come over with bandaids on her fingers and welts on her arms.

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When my brother was stationed at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, whenever they were grilling out they had to watch out because the iguanas would snatch stuff off the grill.
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post #37 of 59 (permalink) Old 03-28-2011, 08:59 AM
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Veiled Chameleon named "Timber," because he had a balance problem. We'd hollar "TIMBER!" while he fell.

He lived a good ten-eleven years, which is apparently quite unusual.

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Also a female rhino beetle, she was HUGE! like the size of a golf ball. I found her in the basement on the floor. I kept her for a day, then let her go. She sounded like a helicopter when she took off, lol! What an amazing creature she was!

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I had a female bearded dragon named Ghille. She was the sweetest thing ever. All she wanted was a warm shoulder and some bugs. She was our greatest weapon when we had to deal with a sudden ant infestation. Then we moved, and I had to give her to a local herpetology club. They used her to educate elementary school kids, so I felt a little better. She died of natural causes a few years after that.

I want another one. I miss my Ghille.

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post #40 of 59 (permalink) Old 03-29-2011, 12:05 AM
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I had a monitor lizard which was more than three feet long. It grew too big and was given away.

(This is not the same lizard. But I see no difference in their appearance. )
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