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aaaaaaahhhhhhhh,the sweet chirp of crickets>>>>>>>>>>>


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Posted by jason111 on May 11, 2003 at 15:41:07:

In Reply to: Typical Cricket Lifespan posted by JoeyP on May 10, 2003 at 22:29:46:

makes me want to murder someone lol.Your in for a long 1 mate,these guys have lasted over a month in my house but then i suppose they could find food.I dropped about 50 and lost them all under my gas fire!!!!!!!
see yah
jason
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:Does anyone know approx how long a cricket can live without food. I have a single cricket in my WD's tank somewhere and for the life of me I can't find it. I posative he's behind the pond area, but I can't seem to see him back there. I even tried pulling the pond area out and looking but still couldn't find him. The stupid thing won't stop chirping. I think I've got it blocked off well enough that he can't get out, I'm hoping he starves to death. He's been there about a week ago and still CONSTANTLY chirping. Reminds me of Caddyshack.





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