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post #21 of 60 (permalink) Old 05-22-2013, 03:58 PM
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Lol, I'm silly! Sorry about that. Here's the link: http://www.planetinverts.com/shrimp_from_sulawesi.html

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I actually had Fire Bellied Toads when I was little! The only reason I'm ruling them out is because they eat crickets, and I can't deal with that. :/ Thanks for the link! Have you owned the newts before?

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hermit crabs really easy to take care of they eat just about anything and are pretty fun
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Yes, those were recommended earlier and I had wanted them, but I couldn't accommodate the full grown tank size, and they are taken from the wild. Also from what I've read they don't sound terribly easy to care for. Thanks though! :)

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What about setting up a carnivorous plant terrarium?

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Are those easy to care for? And wouldn't they violate the "No live food" rule? I seriously can't keep plants alive. Haha.

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I just fed my venus flytrap bugs I found around the house and that was about once every month.

http://greenhouse.iab.uaf.edu/educat...nusflytrap.php

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Hmm... I don't know about doing that with bugs. I'm one of the people who catches them and puts them outside. :P

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Hm...What about a pet rock?

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Yea, pretty much. Haha. A Fire Bellied Newt is a possibility, and my fiance also brought up an Axolotl (which I had wanted for a while, but was trying to stay away from aquatic things). So pretty much, I'm going to end up with nothing or something that lives in water. Hahaha.

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