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Chantelle wrote at 2015-04-28 14:26:11
I just wanted to add that the reason the reason that the lady who made these videos rescues the pinkies from the feeder bins is because she lives in the Yukon Territory and that it's the only thing they have up there; they don't have breeders or anything like that, so bugging mice from places that sell reptile food is how she gets all her cute mice, all apparently the only way to do it up there. I watch her videos a lot & I read this in several of her comments on her videos.  


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