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Mixing species

Discussion in 'General Tortoise Discussion' started by Yvonne G, Apr 9, 2016.

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  1. cmac3

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    I can only imagine the conversations you and Nadine have........
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    I find her more intelligent than some people....
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    @Eric Phillips He's gotta be talking about you bud.... :)
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    No, if you have box turtles, you're probably a bright dude :)
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    The lack of testing doesn't prove the blue yeti doesn't exist either.
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    We're getting way off topic folks. The OP is about the mixing species article. Stay on topic or I'm closing the thread.
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    Nor would anyone with logic argue that. But, in real science, it is often key to understand where the burden of proof actually lies.
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    Interesting question:

    Anyone here care to admit they keep mixed species? I do in box turtles, very successfully.
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    Sorry, warned you.
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