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    Default Some Creepy Crawlie pics for your enjoyment!

    Young Indian Flower Mantid... so cool!










    Baby Emperor Scorpions. So amusing to watch, especially how they overly use their stingers when attacking prey!




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    Aw, nothing cuter than baby inverts!
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    That mantid is so cool! What's the lifespan for that species?
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    You need to get a vid of the baby emps attacking their prey

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    Quote Originally Posted by insaneglitchx View Post
    That mantid is so cool! What's the lifespan for that species?
    Only about six months

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonmoon View Post
    You need to get a vid of the baby emps attacking their prey

    You're right! They swing the claws about and seem to catch by luck, then they sting it to hell like they are comitting a violent crime.

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    Love these! Thanks so much for sharing!
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    That mantid is the most beautiful bug I've ever seen...

    I'd also like to see a vid of the overexcited baby scorpions!
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    LOL well now they are sort of looking like sausages with legs and claws but yes I shall make a vid.

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    [YOUTUBE]6ZhtBxZlJc0[/YOUTUBE]

    Crappy vid, but you get the idea!

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    "Ted? I think it's dead..."

    "Shows what you know, Louie. This cricket could escape at any moment!"
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