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Lily Bradic answered Courtney's question
Put it in a container with a lid that has plenty of holes so the crab can breath.  Put dirt in it.  Also, add a small dish for water.  It probably won't need to eat until tomorrow.  

If you have a shell put it in there, also a you can get a sponge  wet and put … Read more
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Lily Bradic answered Alex D's question
No! Bad idea! Hermit crabs drown. Bad, bad idea! 

How To Keep Hermit Crabs
Keep them in a tank with moist, deep sand or eco earth and a shallow pool of both freshwater and ocean water.
Please visit www.hermit-crabs.com for good info on hermit crab care, as many pet stores and … Read more
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Lily Bradic answered Anonymous' question
Building a blue-crab trap isn't all that difficult - just follow these steps!
List of Supplies and Where to Find Them
  1. Wire
  2. Ties
  3. Ropes 
  4. Clips. 
  5. You'll also want to pick up something that will add some buoyancy to your trap.
You should be able to find all your supplies at your local do-it-yourself or tackle shop. As far as the wire goes, … Read more
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Lily Bradic answered Anonymous' question
Hermies only molt after they bury themselves several inches under the sand. 

They only come out of their shell to molt or change shells. If your hermie has come out of his shell, he is probably dying, or has died. 
I've had this happen to me a few times. I'm sorry … Read more
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Lily Bradic answered Anonymous' question
There's a certain trait - perhaps it's in some people genes - but when they see a crab, they simply have to pick it up.

However, it's rarely - if ever - a good idea, and the below hit Youtube video reaffirms that point. 
 It begins with a man chasing a large crab down a road. Eventually he … Read more
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Lily Bradic answered

Without a shell, a hermit crab looks something like this - it does vary depending on the type, age and health of the crab, though!

Why Do Hermit Crabs Need Shells?

Hermit crabs have very soft abdomens, and are very fragile without a shell to protect them. This is why you … Read more

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Lily Bradic answered
A crustacean is a type of aquatic (or water-dwelling) creature which has a shell. This is essentially a skeleton on the outside, and is known as an exoskeleton. 

Scientific Grouping
This class of creatures, whose natural habitat is water, is known as Crustacea. They belong to the phylum Arthropoda, which is a heterogeneous group. 
This is a group … Read more
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Lily Bradic thanked Delete This Account's answer

This isn't a hard one at all. Game of Thrones, of course! It's not only my favorite HBO series but also my overall favorite. What I love the most about it tells the story from so many different perspectives, and that there isn't a clear bad and good guy. You get to choose who to … Read more

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Lily Bradic answered

Your health and faith are far more important than sports day, so I'd suggest avoiding the run altogether.

It's hard to say whether you'd faint or not, as I don't know how long the fast is or if you're a sporty person, but it's certainly not risking your health over.

Putting It In Writing

Teachers are used to … Read more

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Lily Bradic commented
Sorry to hear that :( at least you have the truth, though. The thing is, if he was horrible, you wouldn't be in this position in the first place - it makes sense that he's a nice person. You'll be happier in the long run if you let go now. I'm sure you'll find someone … Read more
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Lily Bradic answered

It doesn't look good, if I'm honest. Without knowing any details, my first thoughts would be that she's either:

  • Feeling suffocated by you. Are you texting her more than she texts you? Are you texting her for the sake of it, and getting short answers, but texting back anyway? Give the girl some space and she … Read more

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Lily Bradic answered

Yes, archaeologists do study history—just not in the same way as historians!

What Archaeologists Study

Archaeologists study human life and activity in the past by finding and analysing objects, settlements, and the like.

They are interested in ancient civilisations and societies—from how we buried our dead to what we used as cutlery!

Anything that's classified as prehistoric, such … Read more

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Lily Bradic answered

I think you're worrying about nothing—women don't care half as much about penis size as men do!

Recent studies have shown that the average penis size is actually around 5.8" when erect. However, that's the average, which means around half the population will be smaller than that.

Nobody worth your time … Read more

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Lily Bradic answered

No, not at all. Yeast infections are caused by a yeast imbalance, and commonly show themselves in the form of thrush or candida.

Yeast infections can be caused by the following things:

  • Pregnancy
  • Antibiotics
  • Diabetes
  • HIV
  • Diet
  • Hormone replacement therapy
They can also be transmitted through sexual intercourse, but this is actually one of the least-common ways of getting a yeast infection.
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Lily Bradic answered

You can't, without having access to his phone.

If you're seriously thinking of invading his privacy like that, it sounds to me like your relationship is already over. If you don't trust him, reading his messages won't make any difference.


There are two possible outcomes: You find out he's been … Read more