Today I'm going to show you two photos of larva of some animal. Tomorrow I'll show you adult one (in professional session :D). So, this larca is something about 9cm long and it's able to bite through thin palstic (it did, and I've found it under my bed...). Have any idea what it could be?
And another one:
Q: Do they get much bigger than that (scorpions)?
A: This kind is rather small and adult form is not bigger than 5cm (without tail). Unfortunately tey died when I was on school exchange in Holland, because my mom was too afraid to feed them with flies :(
Q: Do you breed them to sell?
A: Some of species I was, and I'm selling, for example Nauphotea Cinerea, as a food for spiders etc., but most of my animals I was breeding just for mypleasure and for watching them.
Q: And is the picture on the bottom stuck in a web?
A: No, they're in a glass jar.
Q: Do you keep these in your room?
A: Yup :D
Q: I wonder where i could buy these?
A: Try eBay and some professional pet-shop
Q: Is that green stuff in the bottom their food?
A: Yes, it's cat's food, but I was feeding them with that 'cause they can eat everything.
Q: Do you give them names? Do you notice any kind of personality differences from one to the another?
A: When I had two lizards, they had names :D About personality... Hmm, when you have 2-3 animals of one species, you can notice other 'personalities' or differences in their behavior, but if there's 10+ of them, it's really hard. It's even harder because they all look the same :D
Q: Are there any bugs you won't kill? Like if you saw a roach, would you take it as a pet?
A: I'm trying to avoid killing ANY animals at all cost. I'm not taking wild animals as a pet. It's not good for animal if it's taken from its natural environment to home breeding and it often dies in few days, weeks. Anyway, if there's any interesting animal living in my country that I would breed, it's illegal, for example lizards, frogs, etc.
I'm waiting for more questions ;)