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don't be ridiculous!.....


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Posted by MAYDAY on May 12, 2003 at 11:33:43:

In Reply to: don't be ridiculous!..... posted by Matt-D on May 12, 2003 at 08:34:28:

Well you may have a point...I guess the other thing that made me crazy about that post was the implication that a 'wild caught' hatchling mud turtle wouldn't do as well as a captive one. That it might be more skittish or fragile in some way.
As a person who has caught or kept many many W/C mud turtles that statement is without any credibilty. A hatchling mud turtle, either W/C or captive is about as hardy a turtle as there is! I felt (and still do) that the arguement over a hatchling mud turtle was overly melodramatic and exaggerated.



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