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Old 07-09-03, 11:00 AM   #42 (permalink)
SCReptiles
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Originally posted by SCReptiles
Please give me a feasible scenario in which this lady’s burm could escape and do any wide scale environmental damage?

Where is the wide scale environmental damage? That is everyone’s point. But I can not see a scenario of a burm causing wide scale environmental damage to HI.

BWAHAHA! Burms escape all the time! They are strong and lots of times are put into enclosures not designed to contain them. Accidents happen.

Sure they escape all the time. I’ll agree with you, but that is not wide scale environmental damge.
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