カブトムシ

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最近子供のペットとしてカブトムシがハヤッてるらしいよね。まぁ、北アメリカでも子供なら虫と遊んだりするけどさ、これはマジデッケ!僕は絶対触らないんだけど、友達の子供たちが嬉しく写真を撮らせてもらったね!


女の子でも怖くない!


「ジョーズ」のテーマが聞こえない?


角から取ったらいいワザだね。


デケッ!

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11 Responses to “カブトムシ”

  1. Alison Ashwell Says:

    Those beetles are amazing but i’m not sure i’d want one as a pet
    How do they stop them from getting away?

  2. Man Says:

    Au secours!

  3. Ragnarok Says:

    People also used to “breed and train” rhinocerous beetles to compete in minuature sumo-wrestling matches. I’m not sure how well training a bug goes, but people would bet on which bug could push the other off of a tree stump or out a circle first. There’s yer bug history lesson of the day^^.

  4. Lauren Says:

    …and I thought the bugs were big here in North Carolina!

  5. Helen Says:

    I don’t get it! Can it do tricks?
    Peace………….

  6. Quentin Says:

    Interesting little craze. Not sure whether I really want to have a big bug as my pet though, ’cause my mum may think it’s a big nasty rodent instead! >_

  7. Fidget Says:

    i can hear my newphew screaming I want one I want one

  8. Sylvain Says:

    Thanx to all of those who posted comments.

    >Alison: Right, I was so absorbed taking pictures of the bug itself I completely forgot to add background info! That one is kept in a small insectarium about the size of a lunch box.

    >Helen: No tricks, they just keep it for fun, like having it crawl all over them. There’s also a video game around with “bug cards”, in which your “virtual” bug can accumulate points when it wins against another bug. I suspect that game might partly explain the popularity of the “real” bugs.

  9. angel_emt_2559 Says:

    Ewwww! I hate bugs! I think my kids would think of it as cool though.

  10. Horrible Martha Says:

    That is disgusting!

  11. kookimebux Says:

    Hello. And Bye. :)