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- May 7, 2015
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- Chatta-Vegas, TN
Thats not a bad combination either! Especially for a more masculine design, they'd probably be all over itThanks Dragon & N_A. The photo is kinda crappy, but they're shades of green. You're right, though, they do look grey. In real life they're a cross between desert camo and olive camo. I once killed an amoeba and the photo reminds me of the dead amoeba. I didn't know I wasn't supposed to put a slide cover over it, so I did. And squashed that microscopic sucker flat! That was 35 years ago. I'm still traumatized by my amoebaside. I'm sorry little single-cell being!
Thanks! I called the vet Monday. He's doing really well. His shell flap is healing well enough to be released back into the wild according to the vet tech I was talking to. I'll call back in a couple of weeks again to check on him if they haven't called me to come and get him. I'm very excited that he'll be able to be released. Although I would totally love having a house turtle, I would much rather have a briar patch turtle. I am a firm believer in wild animals being in the wild. Rehabilitate and release. (Unless, of course, the animal cannot possibly survive in the wild again. A one winged bird wouldn't survive and a turtle that can't retract into its shell wouldn't, either.)Your saving of Kong makes up for you being an amoeba murderer. He has lots more cells, more than makes up for it How is he doing?