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    hear in ohio i dont think alligator snapping turtles are native here yet we have one in our rexcenter pond and he is almost 3 feet long and I think that is a major saftey hazard and now I wonder if my snails can survive being dumped out the second story window on dry soil and even make it to the pond down my street...There also carps at the bottom of the dam near the columbus zoo and some are giant
    55 gal:1 Bristlenose Pleco, 2 Clown Loaches, 8 Neon Tetras, 1 Cardinal Tetra, Pearl Gourami, Pair Of Kribs, 2 Angels, planted
    30 gal: Dwarf Neon Rainbow, 10 Espi Rasboras, 5 Harlequin Rasboras, and 6ish cories.
    10 gal: Shrimp Land!!!
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    I saw two giant, about 2 and a half feet koi down at the malibu state reserve along with a family of softshell turtles. Yay!



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    You know, the quaker parrots actually get a lot of positive press here in NY. There are established colonies in the BX and Queens. Guess it's probably because we need all of the "wildlife" we can get in the city
    "Bladow! Sciences all up in your face parts!"" - Some drunk
    [mellowvision] 9:07 pm: I like to imagine crazy things about him, like "I bet he'll use mountain dew and electricity to revive those dead ghost shrimp he's putting over there."



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    down here in sarasota, iv seen black capped conures, monk parakeets, budgies, cocatiels, i think a sun parrot and a lot more that i didnt know. im not sure if its a problem or not, but give me a net gun and ill solve it




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    and they just realeased peacock bass, for some reason, into the waterways down here. florida is becoming a giant zoo. and red fire ants come from argentina. its really annoying to think that some guy brought them here, especially when ther biting you




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    I used to live in texas and always step in the ant hills and i am alergic to them -.-
    55 gal:1 Bristlenose Pleco, 2 Clown Loaches, 8 Neon Tetras, 1 Cardinal Tetra, Pearl Gourami, Pair Of Kribs, 2 Angels, planted
    30 gal: Dwarf Neon Rainbow, 10 Espi Rasboras, 5 Harlequin Rasboras, and 6ish cories.
    10 gal: Shrimp Land!!!
    Addicted?



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    yeah and there's a huge population of hybrid endlers in my local park.Better get a net and start cathing them!



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    Sounds like south america is invading.
    In use: 75g 29g 25g 18g 15g 15g 15g 15g 15g 15g 15g 10g 10g 10g 10g 5g
    Empty: 35g 25g 15g 15g 5g

    I'm running out of tanks



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    A couple weeks ago I went fishing with my dad and we both caught a RTC and a pacu!! NO LIE!
    Catfish: 2 TSN, 1 Lima Shovelnose, 1 rtc, 1 rtcxtsn
    Oddballs: 5 clown loaches, 1 pike cichlid, 1 oscar, 2 jungle perch
    Characins: 1 myleus schmburgkhii (widebar), 1 silverdollar



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    This conversation may be more appropriate for general chit-chat than attached to an article. Feel free to link to this article if you decide to open a thread to discuss non-native wild caught critters.



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