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This is Napalm. Napalm is an apple snail that I foolishly allowed into my aquarium a few months ago. Since then Napalm has ruthlessly and efficiently devoured most of my aquarium plants while growing at a genuinely alarming rate. A few days ago I noticed Napalm and my other, less destructive apple snail, DDT, were becoming overly familiar. Now my worst fears have been realised: Napalm is to be a mother. I can't help thinking of Alien...
15th Sep 2008, 22:10   | tags:,,,

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don't let your face get too near to ddt...

15th Sep 2008, 22:12

factotum says:

Cool!

16th Sep 2008, 02:05

hildegard says:

Ok, you've blogged it; now destroy those eggs! Harden your heart - you know what kind of a wet desert a whole clutch could make of your tank...

(From the thumb, I thought it was a snail with aniseed candy.)

16th Sep 2008, 07:20

Geodyne says:

So if you disappear without a word, we know what happened...

16th Sep 2008, 09:55

minkey says:

and now i'm feeling guilty...napalm used to live in my tank..where in less than a week, a wee snail then, she created a desert from a lush paradise and nearly double in size...so she moved to cooler water after given some time to adapt and continued to grow...and created more havoc...and now she's not alone.... oups... must be all the lettuce she has been fed with
PS..any one want to adopt a destroyer for their tank??? i'm sure Harry wouldn't be too heartbroken... ;-)

16th Sep 2008, 10:26

Judo-Jule says:

snails that live under water are suspicious anyway.

16th Sep 2008, 15:51

Caine says:

Oh I love apple snails! My last one was a bit larger than a tennis ball, and so sweet. She'd come truckin' if I snapped my fingers underwater, because that meant I had spinach. She used to climb onto my hand and up my arm for visits out regularly too.

5th Oct 2008, 17:49