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RE:Lets try again

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Posted by: varanusaurus at Fri Feb 10 00:12:22 2012  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by varanusaurus ]  
   

"...since it seems like this idea of them nesting in termite mounds is soooooo far fetched?"

On the contrary, the idea is not far-fetched, which is precisely why it has been pointed out. There is indeed science behind the idea of nesting in a termite mound out of necessity.

I am a minion for no one. :P Rather, I am concerned with a man possessing the arrogance to come down on another for the same reasons he has purported himself. Furthermore, the implication of those photographs, one after another, as indisputable evidence of the claim is personally insulting. Sufficient evidence to the learned eye? Perhaps. Evidence to anyone else, to the aim of informing? Absolutely not.

(now more pointedly to Mendyk)

I never once denied the lace monitor to be an obligate termite-mound nester, thus I am not concerned with the study. Indeed I saw the comparison of a wild lacie to crocdoc's captive, however, that was never the issue.

Hmm. It seems my post has been taken out of context.


   

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