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alex and david
post May 9 2006, 05:25 PM
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hey patty,
we were just wondering can you answer a few questions for us.
we noticed the times of your posts are off and same with the dates.
also we wondering if we could have more answers on the lobsters that you previously posted.
Thanks
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Patricia_Janes
post May 26 2006, 09:16 PM
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QUOTE(alex and david @ May 9 2006, 01:25 PM) *

hey patty,
we were just wondering can you answer a few questions for us.
we noticed the times of your posts are off and same with the dates.
also we wondering if we could have more answers on the lobsters that you previously posted.
Thanks
David and alex biggrin.gif


Hi David and Alex,

The dates and times on my computer are probably just wrong -- it does not have anything to do with where I am! I haven't seen any lobsters yet, but maybe you are referring to the brittle stars? Brittle stars are in the class Stelleroidea. They have arms that are long and slender. And if one of the arms falls off, it continues to move on its own!
-Patty
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