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  1. Carla

    Another awesome post. Thanks for sharing. I'd love to get some for the boys, although I with we had a backyard. 🙂

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    • Danya Banya

      Thanks Carla! I've got friends who keep their phasmids in their kitchen, so a backyard isn't mandatory. (Just be extra careful about spraying things though!)

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  2. Fascinating! Loved reading about Phasmids! Make sure you post to Kids in Nature! 😉
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  3. That is crazy interesting! We have a of of stick insects (sorry, Phasmids!) coming into our house around spring time. Really big ones! My little ones are a bit afraid of them but maybe next spring we can keep one around for a little while and learn from them.
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    • Danya Banya

      Awesome! They make really cool pets! Just a tip to double check that yours are phasmids and not praying mantids (you can tell by the shape of the head). Praying mantids would still make really cool pets, but as they eat other insects, you'd need to catch them live food like tiny moths etc.

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  4. Phasmids, or stick insects. You do have to feed them and clean their enclosures, but you need to do that with anything
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  5. pest-control.

    Another awesome post. Thanks for sharing.

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    • Danya Banya

      Thanks!

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  6. Akhon

    Great post.

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  7. Awesome! I’m amazed with your little girl, she’s not afraid with the phasmids. Thanks for sharing.

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