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Posted by regalringneck on April 11, 2003 at 07:37:16:
In Reply to: Clelia bicolor 2 posted by herpconsultants2 on April 10, 2003 at 12:04:11:
I can hardly believe that w/in a Genus, we're going to have C. occipituleta w/ round pupils....and your beast w/ eliptical????
HB; fageddaboudit, there arent any available & wont be for another 3-5 :(
FT; You're correct on several pts. but I dont relate them to my inquiry into the presence/absence of defensive & feeding behavior. I do as a matter of conveinience normally feed f/t prey, but the behavioral information to be gained is obviously negligible.
Yes it seems reasonable & logical that animals should obtain higher "rights" as they approach humanity, my dogs have a much higher standard of living-quality of life than my herps. I'll put a worm on a hook to fish, but consider caging a chimpanzee to be a criminal act. In a relatively free society...we decide where on the spectrum we can function...the trolls & dimbulbs demand we conform to that point where they find themselves.
Its all good, have a duvernoy-day; rxr