FROGS

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Placido
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Re: FROGS

Post by Placido » Thu Jun 18, 2020 8:16 am

Aaaahh, that's a novel theory :nod:. Sound is magnified underwater, isn't it - might be the reason for the jumping and the scattering. Fish, of course, don't have legs so they're stuck with the din 'cos they can't j and s.
Reckon you've cracked that one, guys :clap:

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Re: FROGS

Post by Jacksparrow » Wed Dec 30, 2020 9:24 pm

During October and November I have far too much garden waste to clear away than what my council garden waste wheely bin can take away so I bag it up to dispose off during the quieter months of winter. Today I was emptying one such bag into the wheelie when a fully grown frog appeared. :eek: :frog: I can only assume it had found it's way into the bag and made it it's winter home. It was awake and not dormant so I released it by the pond where hopefully it can spend the remainder of the winter.
I did check to see if others had got the same idea and found none.

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Re: FROGS

Post by Willpar » Wed Dec 30, 2020 9:39 pm

Lucky that you found it. No doubt was cozy in the bag.

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