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  1. Crabbybeach

    Crabbybeach (Medium Crab)

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    I'm not going to mname the forum for reasons,and they told me all thses things about hermies and I thought they were true because I was still new to crabs (this was two years ago)
     
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    Why not name your sources? Maybe if you did we could contact them and offer assistance inupdating thier site.
     
  3. Crabbybeach

    Crabbybeach (Medium Crab)

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    I just don't want to get into it with them again
     
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    So you'd rather have forums and sites out there with the wrong information out there, rather then try and help them educate owners?
     
  5. froggz37

    froggz37 "First Molt, A Success"

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    I have to jump in here and ask why your offering to take crabs, when you have a species of toad in the tank with them that is very very toxic? Where is the logic in that? You do realize that if the firebelly gets into the salt water it will die, a very painfull death? It also constantly secretes its toxins that will eventually have a detrimental effect on the crabs. That alone show's me you have not done enough research nor have enough experience to adopt crabs.

    Get the firebelly out of that tank, before either it, or the crabs are harmed, if not already.
     
  6. Crabbybeach

    Crabbybeach (Medium Crab)

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    I HAVE ALREADY GOT THE ****** FROG OUT OF THE TANK. i HAVE SWITHCED TO SAND AND NOW THERE IS NOTHING IN THERE TO HARM THEM. I AM ABOUT READY TO LEAVE THIS FORUM. YOU MAY BE TRYING TO HELP BUT YOU ARE BUGGING ME.:mad: :mad: :mad: :mad:
     
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    msdiamonddawg "Third Molt In Progress"

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    CrabbyBeach, the post, if you look at the date, was written last week sometime. We know the frog is gone. Calm down. You would make a big mistake in leaving this forum and going back to the ones you originally received your outdated information from. If you don't want anyone to bug you, you should read up on everything here, make your changes and post if you have questions we can help you with. When you post about having gravel, or toxic frogs in your tank, and when told they should not be there and you fight back, you have to understand why people get riled up. No one is trying to bug you.
     
  8. crabbyclaws

    crabbyclaws "Preparing For First Molt"

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    crabbybeach come on calm down!:(
    we know your doing your best!
     
  9. Crabbybeach

    Crabbybeach (Medium Crab)

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    This thread should be closed
     
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    Crabbybeach (Medium Crab)

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    Seriously this thread should be LOCKED
     
  11. froggz37

    froggz37 "First Molt, A Success"

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    So stop replying to it!
     
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