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  1. What options do I have for population control if they don't make good feeders for anything besides tegus or monitors? Putting them in a jar and then into your freezer overnight would be your most humane option.
  2. If you can't find anybody to give them away to, then putting them into a jar and into the freezer for a few hours is another option.
  3. They've starred in a few X-files episodes.
  4. I found this randomly while browsing amazon.com http://www.amazon.co.../dp/B0038ZQYRC/
  5. My Madagascar hissers seem to love oranges as well but is it harmful for them to come into contact with the orange oil in the peel? Either from eating the rind or contaminated while peeling it? I give them a slice or two every week but I haven't noticed any dieing/sick yet. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orange_oil#Biological_Pest_Control
  6. This is very irresponsible. You should never let loose any unwanted or extra roaches to the environment. Even if they're native species there's always the possibility of introducing a disease that could affect them or other species. This applies to all pets of any kind. If you need to dispose of extra roaches then you should double bag them, put them in the freezer for a couples days, and then put the bag in the trash. Look at the problems Florida is dealing with all the non-native animals in the everglades and elsewhere that were once formally kept as pets.
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