- Jun 12, 2007
Now I'm not a keeper of roaches in any way shape or form (I'm a tarantula guy through and through) but I just find it funny and a bit ironic that roaches have been one of evolutions strongest survivors throughout their time on this planet surviving some of earths most chaotic natural disasters such as floods, fires, earthquakes and nuclear blasts. This showing that they can adapt and survive in ANY environmental change such as climate and food depravation... Now to me, the ironic part is that roach keepers (such as you reading this thread) take them into captivity and worry about temperature of enclosure, type of food to feed and breeding methods. Now as I said... I'm not a roach keeper but I'm willing to bet that if you were to just throw a hand full of roach's into a tank with some garbage that they would flourish a population in no time just from how Mother Nature has accustomed the roach. Don't ya think? Now I'm not making fun of roach keepers in any way but I just find it kind of funny when I see people asking about care methods for natures most adapt and invincible life form. Anyone agree???