Yes, it been known for Ps to withstand temps close to 40 degrees.. temporarily. Frank has this very interesting info.Riverbait said:Living in Minnesota, land of 10,000+ lakes I thought piranha would be illegal. Too my surprise they are not. I suppose it's because it gets incredibly cold in the winter. Could piranha adapt to even the cold?[snapback]868786[/snapback]
Get your friends, relatives, schools, pet stores, anyone that keeps piranas to send EMAIL in AGAINST prohibiting them again.shoe997bed263 Posted Today, 05:04 AM
i have recieved a response and i was wondering if there was anything else that i can do. should i keep sending letters and just try to flood their office and do the same with email? is there any other way that i can help even though i am in indiana?
I'm hoping the reason they did not reply back was because their INBOX is filled with P-supporters.rbp 4 135 Posted Today, 12:54 PM
ya i emailed them a while back, expressing my concern, along with outlining some reasons for not banning them. but never recived a reply