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A popular conversational piece-What is the best/most popular food for newts

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Old 11th June 2004   #21 (permalink)
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What if your newts are really small does the size of their food matter?



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Old 12th June 2004   #22 (permalink)
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Katy, yes, their food should be small enough for them to swallow it whole. Are you having difficulty finding small enough food?



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