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10 February 2011

#11 My animals and answers, part 4.

I wasn't posting yesterday, because I didn't have time to do that. In last post you could see larva of Xylotrupes Pubescens and here are photos of male:




Answers to your questions:

Q: I would love to breed some of the animals that you have shown in your photographs, but I'd always have the fear that some accident would result in their escape, and while I'm not squemish about any insects, I think have 50 of them scurrying around my room would make me a little nervous - don't you ever worry?
A: I've got all these animals in secure containers, but sometimes some of them are escaping. I don't worry about it, because most of the time I found them in some places of my room, also- it's not like 50 of them are running away from container :D

Q: Do you happen to know how to raise Jellyfish?
A: I have no idea.

Next time- more of my animals ;)

22 comments:

  1. That's a cool looking beetle you got there. Do any of your bugs bite?

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  2. Is that what was under your bed?

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  3. Jesus, is it just me or does this thing look downright angry?

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  4. It's nice to have a passion that is unique to you.

    How many people say that their 'passion' is music or film?

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  5. really cool photos. Is that a rhinoceros beetle?

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  6. I'd hate that near my face... lol

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  7. Looks like a roach from starcraft2!

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  8. It's pretty freaky looking. How many bugs have escaped that you haven't found?

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  9. I think I had a nightmare about that thing once! ;)

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  10. Amazing picture my friend. A hairy beetle... never seen anything like that in my life, thank you!

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  11. Your macro photography is amazing. The details are intense.

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  12. Wow, where do you get things like these?

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  13. reminds me on "starship troopers" if you know this movie

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  14. nice pic, but it looks very scary to be honest

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  15. amazing, the close ups are absolutely stunning

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  16. These are absolutely stunning shots. Following :)

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