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could you Give us a little more infomation on the animal

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Squatters take up homes created by other creatures. I am a fairly small creature.

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Cuckoo? Burrowing Owl?

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No but you have the right idea. I am smaller than that.

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cocroacher

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ummmm lizard?

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blue jay?

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Cockroach is around the right size.

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This is a hard one. l will take another wild guess. Is it a bee?

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Chuckle. I can't fly.

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A mouse?

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Do hermit crabs steal other crabs shells?

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Pearce, hermit crab is the right answer. They use snail shells. If a hermit crab feels the need, it will evict another hermit crab from the shell it is using (after a struggle, of course).

 

Well done. Your turn.

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Pearce, hermit crab is the right answer. They use snail shells. If a hermit crab feels the need, it will evict another hermit crab from the shell it is using (after a struggle, of course).

 

Well done. Your turn.

lol, l forgot about hermit crabs. :D

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of course!!!!!

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Go Pearce

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okay

 

The animal i am thinking of feeds mainly off plants, by puncturing and then sucking up the contents. roughly 1-5 mm long. They carry diseases from plant to plant.

 

Once a plant has been attacked by this animal their is white/bronze scarring left behind.

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Spider mites?

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wooley aphids

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No its none of them.

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Thrips?

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yes your right.

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l'm a small mammal that lives in the desert, l'm also nocturnal.

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bilby

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nope

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