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Fri, Jun. 29th, 2007, 04:02 am
lilcrabbygal: Crab made from paper

How cute is this?

Create this great Crab to add to your 3D ZOO!

Time Required: 30 minutes

» Download Instructions
» Download Template

http://www.creativecorner.clubepson.com.au/papercraftmania/pdf/Crab.pdf

Wed, Jun. 20th, 2007, 10:55 pm
lilcrabbygal: The Crab Street Journal Newsletter on lulu.com

I worked on the PDF file created by Stacy and it is now available for purchase or download from lulu.com!

The sale includes a $1 donation and the download includes a $2 donation
http://www.lulu.com/content/945687

Mon, Feb. 12th, 2007, 09:39 pm
lilcrabbygal: Newsletter available at Cafepress!



Hi Everyone! You may or may not know that The Crab Street Journal magazine is now printing out newsletters highlighting new and archived articles and features on a monthly basis. We need new content every month relating to land hermit crabs as pets. If you enter the Calender Crabs or Crabitat of the Month your photo may appear in our newsletter. If it wins you can choose from our prizes which can be seen in the gallery.

If you'd like to be involved please post to the CSJ Forum or email newsletter@crabstreetjournal.com which is also the contact email to be on the maillist for the newsletter. Alternatively you can download it from our cafepress store.

If you want to support our site one of the easiest ways is to buy crabby gear or make a donation

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Tue, Nov. 28th, 2006, 08:08 pm
lilcrabbygal: More pumpkin carving marvels

hermit crab carving

JMT posted these photos to our KidZone> Craft It forum on The Crab Street Journal.

We had a competition which ended at the beginning of November.

I totally love this! He made the shell out of two smaller pumpkins.
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Sun, Nov. 5th, 2006, 11:31 am
lilcrabbygal: The Crab Street Journal

Current Competitions

  Calendar Crabs


Enter your high resolution photos of your crabs. Images must be at least 1280 by 960 pixels in dimension and must match the theme for the month. To enter you must upload your photo to the CrabbyPhotos gallery and email the largest file size version to calendarcrabs[at]crabstreetjournal[dot]com

Voting is done in the Calendar Crabs forum at the beginning of each month. Please vote for your favourite Calendar Crab Entry

 Crabitat of the Month


Have you recently renovated your crabitat? Why not show it off and enter Crabitat of the Month. Upload your photos to the Crabitat of the Month folder on CrabbyPhotos gallery and then post a message to the Competitions> Crabitat of the Month forum adding your images and description to enter. Don't forget to vote for your favourite entrant at the beginning of each month!


 KidZone Competitions


Competitions run on a regular basis with great prizes to be won. Past competitions have included poetry, drawing, story writing and craft items. Please visit the KidZone section of our site today!


Prizes


You can view the Prizes here

Sat, Nov. 4th, 2006, 12:12 am
lilcrabbygal: October voting at The Crab Street Journal for land hermit crabs

Crabitat of the month

Jungle by Seven


Crabitat by taintedDogma0


Zen crabitat by Eultris


Vote here


Calendar Crabs: Theme is fall, harvest, Halloween


Roxy by Snwbordgrl


Wood by JoeyO


Hermie by majc123


Vote here


Cluey Caption



Vote here


Pumpkin Carving Winner

by land_hermie

Fri, Nov. 3rd, 2006, 01:41 pm
lilcrabbygal: Stinky food article

Microbes Compete with Animals for Food by Making It Stink

Libraries
Science News
Keywords
MICROBES ECOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY MICROBIOLOGY BIOLOGY ECOSYSTEM COMPETITION
Photo Courtesy of Mark Hay
Researchers Deron Burkepile and Brock Woodson were among a team of ecologists who tested whether aged meat attracts fewer consumers than fresher meat. They baited crab traps with menhaden and set them in the marshes near Skidaway Island, Ga.

Description

Microbes may compete with large animal scavengers by producing repugnant chemicals that deter higher species from consuming valuable food resources -- such as decaying meat, seeds and fruit, according to a new study published Nov. 1 in the journal Ecology.

Read more @ http://www.newswise.com/p/articles/view/524841/

Tue, Oct. 31st, 2006, 04:46 pm
lilcrabbygal: Do you link to this community?

If so, let me know and I'll link back to you :)

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