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Can centipedes live in a pond?

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Old 06-30-2009, 08:17 PM
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Default Can centipedes live in a pond?



Tonight, when I was filling up the pond with more water, a little centipede popped its head out from one of the rocks, submerged in the water. It scared me for a moment, and I was hoping it was dead, but when I poked it, it moved. O_o It just started crawling around some and I was a bit scared because I hate bugs like that. I think it will die if it stays in the pond, and I don't think it will be able to get out since I didn't fill it to the rim or anything, and it seems there is a little less than a foot until you can reach the surrounding land. Should I expect it to be living there in a while, or will it die since it won't be able to get any air.

I don't want it to hurt my gold fish, since some centipedes are poisonous. ;o;
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