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RE: EDB update

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Posted by: Matt Harris at Wed Jun 27 08:42:25 2007  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by Matt Harris ]  
   

I'm curious how it heats the middle but not the outside? Everytime I microwave a frozen dinner, the outside gets scalding hot, while the inside sometimes is still frozen, hence I have to reheat it again. Do rodents not warm up the same way? I've never bothered microwaving them, for fear that they would explode inside my microwave (I'm not buying another one for rodents only).

My understanding of easterns (though I've only kept the one personally, but we had another one at Reptiland) was that they were simply finicky about the smell of the prey, especially if they were WC and used to wild prey (rabbits, squirrels, mice voles, etc.)


   

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