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What the subject says..Anyone?
Yes...I have, back in the 70's. Now, how do you prove me wrong?
No. though I did actually have a clue to the concept. I was 8 years old in 1994, but as a child I was into cars and in my matchbox/hot wheels/toy collection I had several lifted trucks including a samurai, a land cruiser and a couple jeeps that I still have. I had a couple of lifted RC trucks that I beat till they broke as well. My uncle also had a lifted FJ40 with a 350 that i got to ride in a few times though I didnt realize how cool it was until 10 years later. So I had somewhat of a clue about offroading, but the term "rock crawling" was not anything I knew until high school in about 2000.
i didnt realize you was such a yungin
Mike, is this like a bi-annual post for you?
So are you saying Mike is bi?
What happend in 94??? Is that when Marlin started?
GrylloblattidaeFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Rock crawler)Jump to: navigation, searchGrylloblattodea is a small order of extremophile and wingless insects that live in the cold on top of mountains, consisting of a single family, Grylloblattidae. They are commonly called grylloblattids, but are also sometimes called rock crawlers or icebugs. Their appearance evidently puzzled the scientist who discovered them; the first species named was Grylloblatta campodeiformis, which means "It looks like a cricket, a cockroach, and a Campodea" (a kind of two-pronged bristletail). Most are nocturnal and appear to feed on detritus. They have long antennae (23-45 segments) and long cerci (5-8 segments), but no wings. Their closest living relatives are the phasmids and the recently-discovered order Mantophasmatodea (Cameron et al., 2006).This order includes a single family with 5 genera and 25 species.
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