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I Saw The Loch Ness Monster!!!

Discussion in 'Field Herping' started by smallgrayfox, Jul 16, 2005.

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  1. mshrmheadcharge

    mshrmheadcharge Moderator Staff Member Premium Member

    lol, awesome pics! :)
  2. geckoguykc

    geckoguykc Elite Member

    I know last weekend I was at the river and found two headless carcasses :( , cruel stuff, the softshells around here are neat to they have a yellow color with black spots, once I found five babies basking up on the beach and managed to catch one, got bit but it was worth it, his shell was just about three inches across :D
  3. topacelot

    topacelot Elite Member

    very cool...great pics and glad the right person came across her
  4. __Leo Gurl__

    __Leo Gurl__ Elite Member

    I'm glad your found her! One time my grandpa was taking me to preschool (I can't belive I can remember back then) and we were on a bridge and had to stop suddenly, there was a little turtle on the road! We took him in and I kept him for a couple of days, then we released him into the lake that was next to the bridge. I named him speedy because he was pretty fast. All the kids at preschool loved him. :p
  5. smallgrayfox

    smallgrayfox Contributing Member

    That's cool, _Leo Gurl_ :)

    My husband suspects the fishermen eat or sell the softshells for food too....what do you think?
  6. Ssativa

    Ssativa Subscribed User Premium Member

    I think that would make the actions of the fisherman easier to understand, but it is not likely. That would make too much sense.
  7. Dee

    Dee Elite Member

    What a cutie... it's too bad that they get destroyed for natural behavior... oddly enough, cruelty seems to be a natural HUMAN behavior. :confused: Never could understand people like that.
  8. smallgrayfox

    smallgrayfox Contributing Member

    I agree...cruelty seems to come so naturally to a lot of people :(
  9. Sean Boyd

    Sean Boyd Elite Member

    Awsome! Thank hevan you got it out of the road. We need people like you to save turtles on the streets. Nice pics.
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