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    Stay chooned in for more! Clint's Avatar
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    Congratulations! Maybe you can pull pupae out of people's throats, a la Silence of the Lambs style.

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    Congrats; my current adviser did his post-doc out there.

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    Congrats! Yeah i have an aversion to maggots too, which is unfortunate since i'm going into vet medicine :P I don't know what it is, they're really not overly interesting animals (small tubular eating machines... just like caterpillars, which are cute!) but they're just SO gross!!!!

    Best of luck!!!
    "Seeds? Oh yeah... sometimes I forget they grow from those. I feel like they should hatch or something."

    ~a friend's observation of my CP's

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    CONGRATS

    buy your self a nep as a reward!

    or just buy one any ways.

    I like myrmecology, ants are my favorite! Im going to college for photography, freelance at first, but would LOVE to make it into wildlife photography, taking as many insect photos as I possibly can.

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    Myrmecology is one of my specialties it seems. I've been studying them on and off for as long as I could remember. I mostly enjoy keeping insects in as natural of a setting as possible to research behavior and life cycle because there are things about these creatures we still cannot even begin to imagine. They are beautiful creatures to me, even the housefly, all efficiently built to withstand everything this world has to offer and then be able to adapt to extreme changes. Amazing? I think so...

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