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pet cannibalism / giant millipedes 

Well, Velcro my beloved a. gigas has passed away... How do I know? I noticed all the other millipedes clustered madly like they do when eating cucumber... Velcro is not a cucumber. And it must have happened recently because the legs, that are fragile and fall off quickly when dead, were still on a broken off segment I saw. Somehow that made me feel worse than usual but probably because Velcro was the only one with red legs. RIP Velcro.

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friends today i saw this large moth or butterfly in the door. this is an apartment building and i'm not sure it can survive here, do you think i should try and move it?

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also experimented with the scaling of the trike. maybe made things harder for myself by making the scales too small?

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Sorry I forgot about this place again.

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Barosaurus walked into a drinking establishment. He measured the atmosphere at his feet, and again at his head. What instrument did he use?

A barometer!

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how do you measure the atmosphere of a drinking establishment?

With a barometer.

how do you measure the atmosphere of a drinking establishment?

With a barometer.

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Just listed a clear shadow person peeking into a kitchen window on Etsy and a certain childhood nostalgia worm on a trash can too. etsy.com/uk/shop/Akkikins

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Interesting colouration variation in the millipedes. One has gotten quite nice black colouring compared to the reddish brown ones.

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there's millions of baby spiders in my bedroom!

no other good news though

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@llewelly I'm not sure if that eye is that heart shaped in real life, though... but yes it's got... vaguely threatening wingies.

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