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    Exclamation Need help relocating baby hissing cockroaches

    hello all , I was checking on my animals and came upon a surprise. My two hissing cockroaches (who I thought were both males) have about 25 babies now. But I don't wan't baby cockroaches and now I want to get rid of them. Does anyone have any ideas on how I could relocate them. I don't want to kill them, I just want to relocate or sell them. Where can I take or sell them? Thanks for any help!

    -rico

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    Do you live near a university or college with a biology program? They might be happy to take them.
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    If nothing else can you not use them as feeders? Granted they will die but at least their little lives would not be wasted.

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