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January 30, 2007



wow.. great entry. What a wonderful show of respect for animals of smaller size (goes over to pet worm bin.."look fellas, it's your relatives in Namibia!")


Very interesting, Tim. I hope they continue to make conservation efforts on behalf of the trees, moths and worms. They won't have to worry about me making any dent in the population, for sure.

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