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Old Jun 10, 2010, 8:46 AM   #1
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Frogs at the pool. I think I may turn the pool into a pond. More critters to photograph.








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At least your frogs are smart enough to stay out of the chlorinated water. I find frogs in my pool sometimes and they aren't exactly full of life.

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the pool hasn't had chlorine in it in over a year. So the frogs are doing pretty good. I saw a snapping turtle in it the other day. It will be tough to get a picture of him. I was cutting grass around the pool and saw a drop blob slowly getting larger. He came to the surface, looked at me, then went back under. He was about the size of a large dinner plate.

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Those are healthy looking frogs, Clint-

Is a frog exterminator a "croaker?"

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Very good!
But only if he is up for the gig!


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is a frog exterminator a "croaker?"

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lol :-D
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The 3rd one looks like he was posing for the shot. LOL!
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He was - Clint was using his baby alligator noise to get him to strike a pose!!! LMAO heehee
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He was - Clint was using his baby alligator noise to get him to strike a pose!!! LMAO heehee
That reminds me of the wide mouth frog joke!
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I love photo number three.
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