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  Reply # 889710 4-Sep-2013 14:45
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Why would that be awesome? Where would you have it?? How big is your house?! Have you seen the size of their... how to put this delicately, waste?




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  Reply # 889717 4-Sep-2013 14:55
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I havn't seen the size of their waste. I'm on 16 acres. Think they would play nicely with horses? It would be something different from a dog or a cat, that is for sure. I guess I mean that it is awesome from that perspective. I'm not sure how friendly or loyal they would be. I'm not even sure I could buy one!

I'm guessing they are worth between 800K and 1M+ But I can't say I based that on much more than its size and what it would take to get something that big over here!





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  Reply # 889723 4-Sep-2013 15:01
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Klipspringer:
joker97: what's the difference between tortoise and turtle?


Tortoises are land dwelling, turtles water dwelling.
Tortoises can't swim






Is your last point based on experimentation? ;-)





















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  Reply # 889739 4-Sep-2013 15:11
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Geektastic:
Klipspringer:
joker97: what's the difference between tortoise and turtle?


Tortoises are land dwelling, turtles water dwelling.
Tortoises can't swim



Is your last point based on experimentation? ;-)


LOL
Its a bit of an assumption. Something tells me they will be like a stone in the water

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  Reply # 889749 4-Sep-2013 15:31
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Klipspringer:
Geektastic:
Klipspringer:
joker97: what's the difference between tortoise and turtle?


Tortoises are land dwelling, turtles water dwelling.
Tortoises can't swim



Is your last point based on experimentation? ;-)


LOL
Its a bit of an assumption. Something tells me they will be like a stone in the water


Its a simple test: chuck it in the water - if it sinks, its a tortoise (or a rock); if it floats, its a turtle (or a witch).

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  Reply # 889779 4-Sep-2013 16:22
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hmmmmm


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  Reply # 889824 4-Sep-2013 17:20
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BlueShift:
Klipspringer:
Geektastic:
Klipspringer:
joker97: what's the difference between tortoise and turtle?


Tortoises are land dwelling, turtles water dwelling.
Tortoises can't swim



Is your last point based on experimentation? ;-)


LOL
Its a bit of an assumption. Something tells me they will be like a stone in the water


Its a simple test: chuck it in the water - if it sinks, its a tortoise (or a rock); if it floats, its a turtle (or a witch).


And why do witches float.....(all together now!)





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  Reply # 889826 4-Sep-2013 17:24
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Geektastic:
BlueShift:
Klipspringer:
Geektastic:
Klipspringer:
joker97: what's the difference between tortoise and turtle?


Tortoises are land dwelling, turtles water dwelling.
Tortoises can't swim



Is your last point based on experimentation? ;-)


LOL
Its a bit of an assumption. Something tells me they will be like a stone in the water


Its a simple test: chuck it in the water - if it sinks, its a tortoise (or a rock); if it floats, its a turtle (or a witch).


And why do witches float.....(all together now!)


Because a witch is made of wood?

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  Reply # 889851 4-Sep-2013 18:37
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Well on the swimming thing, I learned in school that ALL animals can swim.




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  Reply # 890239 5-Sep-2013 11:59
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How do you toilet train them?

;)

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  Reply # 890245 5-Sep-2013 12:07
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I have nothing useful to contribute.

Just that everytime I see this thread title in the list it makes me LoL.

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  Reply # 890407 5-Sep-2013 16:04
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dragonz1833: hi i am a reptile breeder ill have some tortoises available bout january or february but i do have a mate that does have a few kast year ones left if interested


sheesh check the use-by date on those last-year ones.  it could quite ruin your soup




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  Reply # 890421 5-Sep-2013 16:09
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tigercorp: I have nothing useful to contribute.

Just that everytime I see this thread title in the list it makes me LoL.


dont worry, ur not the only one.
there's prob a 1% usefulness going on here






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  Reply # 909530 7-Oct-2013 21:10
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I know of one that 1100 bit on the expensive side. Send me a PM here on Geekzone.

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