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The episode was "The Trouble with Tribbles" wink


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smile Hi ...I am new here
I have lots of pets and not sure if you would label them exotic or not...5 dogs...3 cats...2 ducks...1 rabbit...1 nanday conure and 1 goose and love each one of them

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I have 3 hermit crabs, 3 cats, a dog and 4 chickens.
They all think they are human-especially the dog and the cats.

They like to sit around on all the furniture and not move over, and they like to try to eat with us at the table. When we aren't looking, Patches (our rat terrier) jumps on the table and eats whatever is there.
I think my chickens are planning a take-over....

The hermit crabs are very quiet about their plans to rule the world,but I figured out that if I give them plenty of fruit, they forget about their plans temporarily and I can buy myself a little more time.

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I probably posted before but I'll update.

As of today (because one never knows with the family I have!) we have 2 dogs, a cat, a gecko, an asian anole, a rat, a cichlid tank and a tank full of various community fish.

This is a low of animals for us and actually the most normal we've had in a long time wink

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ok , how about 4 cats , 1 dog ,1 coyote and a oppossum. They all live in the house and even get along now and then.


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I think the episode title was: "Tribble Troubles"

I love Tribbles.


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At one point, We had a Dog, a Cat, Three Snakes, one Burmese Albeno Python, one Normal Python and one Royal Python, One Bos Monitor and a Chilli Rose Turanula, oh and a Newt and 21 Carp fish.


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A Newt? What is a newt, Nicola? I am sure I should know what that is - is it reptile?


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A Newt is a tiny little lizard, that usually lives near water, or in boggy ground. (I think!)

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Actually, (Please pardon me but I can't help it, I was a Biology major!) a newt is an amphibian, related to frogs and such. They have thin delicate skin and have to live in damp places and lay their eggs in water. Unlike lizards who have thick skin, like dry warm places and lay eggs on land.
Lesson over, now you can whack me upside the head.

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