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Posted by DocCroc on March 16, 2003 at 11:06:43:
In Reply to: relative posted by Danny Conner on March 15, 2003 at 17:49:14:
:He was trying to help. The one thing you should have notice by now on this forum is there is a wide range of expertise. Experience can be defined in so many ways: longevity of working with a particular species in a captive situation vs. caring as a team for a more diverse collection. Experiences with wild crocodilians ...it's endless. When you speak of large 10x12 I think of large ponds with a 1/2 acre of land. Other people think of several acres enclosed with a creek flowing through. As always size is relative. When an answer is giving in generous spirit(trying to be helpful) take it as such. Noone, and I mean noone here Knows everything. And the most inexperienced keeper here might know something you or I don't.
:I have no trouble with opinions I certainly have mine but treat everyone with a degree of dignity.
:For all we know Rom Whitaker, Tony Pooley, Ted Joanen or even Ken Ernst might be reading this forum and they could embarass any of us. D.C.
Hey- Didnt mean to sound rude or whatever.. I apology... Yeah I know there are lot of opinions on the forum. Again, I didnt mean to be rude. Probably wasnt my day when I replied. Im sorry for your loss danny. I am looking forward reading your next post on what happened to "Romeo" and the necropsy report.