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2011-06-23 09:49:13
2011-06-23 09:49:13

In proportion to the size of the creature, the cricket jumps further.


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As many as they want to. Or until they get tired. I'm procrastinating. :)

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to build up momentum and it gives him more height therfore hed jump further

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