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What on EARTH species of triops is this? *VIDEO*; And no, not some numidicus crap!
Topic Started: Aug 28 2014, 02:15 AM (6,643 Views)
Sinocard
Romantic triops
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ym2-FejcvWg

Go to 0:21

WHAT
THE
fornication under consent of king

I mean, those things are MONSTROUS looking!!

I live in Arizona. I'm going to have to go there ASAP.
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Neutrino Supreme
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Looks like some kind of tadpole. :D
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sporegod
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Lets see triops longcuaditus some large tadpoles I think I saw a clam shrimp then a spider
I love triops to death im trying my hardest to learn everything from anatomy to species to attitude probably the craziest triops lover here ^.^ I also hope to start a triops and vernal pool dwellers shop on ebay one day if you ever need to contact me and would like to talk i have kik its convenient for me its now unicornenzyme I had to ditch the old account

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Trenix
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At 0:21, those are without a doubt tadpoles.
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