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Re: No knowledgable herper.....


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Posted by falconer44 on March 07, 2003 at 16:00:59:

In Reply to: No knowledgable herper..... posted by ThaVille on March 07, 2003 at 15:21:43:

well, for a fact, you dont know the guy like i do, so appearnetly, you can not say he is not knowledgeable.
And by the way, anything is debatable, and you said this wasnt, but appears taht it has been quite a debate.

:would believe in such an absurd myth. It is not possible, nor will it ever be possible. Unless a magical mealworm fairy makes it happen, it won't. There are some things that are debatable, but this is not one of them. Your friend isn't as knowledgable as you think he is. This is just a silly urban myth by someone who saw an already dead lizard and a mealworm that was chewing on it (mealies will eat anything) and deduced that the mealworm ate its way out of the lizard, thus killing it. This is and always will be false.





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