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"Bizarre pet" in a fever


A woman calls with a Chile spider on her hand. More and More Chinese young people are keen to keep odd pet amnimals such as snakes, lizards and spiders. About 100, 000 urban youth, aged 18 to 30, are said to own such pet aminals in the country. [Xinhua]

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Bluecat

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Axel

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Carefully considered posts are Tripxcore's style. Always striving for the intelligent way and a higher level. Always an interesting debate to be had with this fellow

Britmaveric

Britmaveric

Our diplomat is britmaveric. No matter how heated the debate, we can rely on him to offer his services as a mediator, a cool head and the sensible resolution

elsie

Elsie

Our resident Thai temptress, elsie never fails to strike fear into even the most wayward forum members with her whip. She can set you straight on both Asian and Western culture, has a superb command of the English language... and is lovely ;-)

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