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Old 12-12-2009, 03:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This is tottally off the subject, but i am looking for anyone who could send me 8-10 LIVE LOIUSIANA CRAWDADS! I will pay for all shipping and handleing too Illinois and some XTRA for your time! Iam just looking for a NEW addition too my out-back fish pond!
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Old 12-12-2009, 04:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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do they have to be from Louisiana? they live in streams all across the south east. you may find someone nice enough to trod thru cold water to catch u a few. getting them to make it thru shipping is the biggest problem. check pet stores in your area.. u may be able to get one to order some farm raised fresh water shrimp. your best bet is a big city nearest you.
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Im just looking for different looking ones then they have here in illinois...do u guys have big ones or evn those zebra looking ones...what would u care too trade for?
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Old 12-12-2009, 04:12 PM   #4 (permalink)
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and for the shipping would ice or even dry ice work?
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and for the shipping would ice or even dry ice work?
Dry ice would freeze them solid, -110 degrees is a little cold for any animal. You can ship then with out any form of coolant.
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ship them with-out anything...would that really work...i guess it is knda cool out now...so heat shouldnt be a factor
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Im just looking for different looking ones then they have here in illinois...do u guys have big ones or evn those zebra looking ones...what would u care too trade for?
i think a pet shop ordering the type you want would work the best..you know how much crawling/moving those things do?? you wouldn't be able to ship them without a shipper getting suspicious. you would have to just let them know you are planning on shipping live animals.... that could mean red tape??
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crawfish are crawfish they turn red when you cook them :^) like lobsters..
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I bet they all taste good.. lol :^)
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How can you eat an owls and eagles? :^) They is my only friends. : (
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I can only speculate... I don't know probably tastes like chicken.. like gator & frog legs :^) I do know beaver tastes good..(I tanned the hide myself even)..lol
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