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Re: okay, i will


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Posted by falconer44 on March 07, 2003 at 18:21:32:

In Reply to: Re: okay, i will posted by ThaVille on March 07, 2003 at 17:49:52:

Allright, this has begun to get to the point of rediculasness. What i am trying to prove to you is that there has not been any scientific tests done to prove it. i am not going to say i lean either way in this argument,i will just stay neutral. I am going off purely what i was told, and what i have read. As for the book, i dont know which one, it was a long time ago.
PS-it was nice debating with you, there are very few people who i can actually have a good debate with without them flipping out because i keep on giving them reasons why i should be right. maybe we can continue this discussion later on?


:The reason its not in any books is because it is COMMON SENSE. What book says that mealworms can eat through a lizard's stomach???? The PetCo Care Manual??? What do you think mealworm shells are made out of, steel???? I had a discussion about this with one of my college professors the other day who has a PhD in entomology and he said this THEORY (mealworms eating through lizards' stomachs) was absurd and he thought I was joking when I said people actually believe this. It is true that mealies have a higher-than-average amount of chitin in their shells, but IS digestible, otherwise NO insects would be digestible. You can continue to argue, but it seems to me you keep running into a small thing called REALITY.





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