How much is known and does anyone pay them any mind? I can't help study these little Lizzard morsils as they play unaware of their fate. Nothing else to watch while Curly Joe sleeps in the sand until morning. I know they eat Lettuce and they eat each other.
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It's also not a good idea to leave a box of them in your room at night because you will be forced to get up and move them to another room otherwise they'll keep you awake with their chirping!
A couple of them escaped into our house. My grandmother said that she couldn't sleep because there was sthg making a noise in the corner of her room.
Marie O'Donaghue, my granny's home-help, was making the bed awhile later and a cricket jumped out of the bed clothes and disappeared under the bed. It hadn't been in the corner of the room, it had been in the bed all night!
It's also not a good idea to leave a box of them in your room at night because you will ... under the bed. It hadn't been in the corner of the room, it had been in the bed all night!

Well, I just got http://www.leesaqpet.com/PICCAT/nu-20080.htm and thirty small that I emediatley knocked over and watched 10 or so escape into the corners of my dining room. I was able to catch some but not all. I quess they are so small to make any noise. I don't think I will be needing the loud ones for awhile. I am trying to see how long I can keep them alive for now and see how they grow.
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