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Can i buy exotic jumping spiders online?

 
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Jun 06, 2012 15:23 |  #16

but preeb more than the lion fish the tropic reef regions need to be more concerned with the crown of thorns starfish which is wiping out wholes reefs due to the lack of sharks,that humans killed for their fins....okay ill let it go now lol


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Jun 07, 2012 11:12 |  #17

dgiglio3087 wrote in post #14541111 (external link)
but preeb more than the lion fish the tropic reef regions need to be more concerned with the crown of thorns starfish which is wiping out wholes reefs due to the lack of sharks,that humans killed for their fins....okay ill let it go now lol

That is one good thing about the Bahamas. Our shark population is as healthy as it has ever been, due to local regulations which prohibit any commercial harvesting. Various breeds of reef sharks are a common sight here.


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Jun 13, 2012 14:05 |  #18

When you are done give it to a pet store that sells reptiles. Problem solved.

Bonus: Ask if you can photograph what happens next.


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Feb 19, 2014 18:51 |  #19

hello people wrote in post #13148992 (external link)
I sincerely hope you can not buy spiders online

Hahaha yes you can in matter fact everyone around the globe are doing it. So your kinda of a negative feedback towards this conversation and seems to me your a blip in the radar screen. people out there killing, raping, kidnapping, and drug dealing and your worring about this gentlemen purchasing spiders online man shame on you bye.:cool:




  
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