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"Yesterday I came across a quite large centipede in my plant pot. I captured it and put it in an old fish bowl with some soil, other bugs that were in the plant pot, and some water to moisten the soil. After I showed the kids the large creepy centipede I put the fish bowl in the shade outside. This morning the centipede had layed a large clutch of yellow eggs and had them nestled in a ball, protected by her legs. A little more then I bargained for, but I read online it takes a month for the eggs to hatch and I don't want to disturb to mother from her eggs. So I am wondering about longer term care from a centipede and babies. Especially what is best to keep them in, if the babies will be able to climb, and should there container have a lid? Thanks"
"Margaret "

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