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A large millipede stopped by for a visit this evening. I like they way they seem to glide, with all those little legs zipping right along. I can barely walk across the floor without tripping sometimes with just two legs!
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Pf, they probably trip all the time, but who's going to spot it with all the other legs covering for the clumsy one?

Neat creatures, they can get pretty hefty!
 
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They are pretty interesting. Was surprised to see one so late in October as things are getting chilly at nite. Probably looking for a warm spot to curl up for the winter!
 
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