|FAQ #1 Why don't you ship jumping beans year round? Others websites do?|
have live insects in them. Like all live creatures,
they too, only live a normal life span. This life span is limited to between
months. If we ship jumping beans, year round, past the prime of
their life, we can't guarantee you will receive good quality "active"
beans. When we buy products we expect high quality, and that's what we
intend to sell you. High Quality Jumping Beans.
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|FAQ #2 Why does Mexican Jumping Beans sell so well?|
|Here are just a few of
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|FAQ #3 What makes the Mexican Jumping Beans "Jump"?|
Jumping Bean is a unique specimen of a living creature, produced through
the cooperation of an insect and plant life. Each bean actually contains
a tiny caterpillar about 3/16 of an inch long!
When the Yerba de laFlecha tree blooms in Old Mexico, certain moths lay eggs in the blossoms. A pod then forms and the egg, inside, hatches into a caterpillar. He eats the seed in the pod, leaving the shell intact, and this shell is his home for the next few months.
The restlessness of the caterpillar flinging himself against the walls of his prison is what causes the bean to hop and roll. He has consumed all the food he will eat in his lifetime, yet his great energy will keep him alive and jumping for several months.
The bean is most active when warm. Holding it in the palm of your hand will usually start a sleeper to jumping.
|FAQ #4 How can I order Mexican Jumping Beans?|
Advance Payment with Money Order or Cashiers Check.
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C.O.D. (Money Order or Cashiers Check on Delivery)
($4.00 COD charge will apply)
P.O. Box 22
Alamogordo, New Mexico 88310
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