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Old 5th March 2018   #1
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Talking Western Chorus Frogs!!!

I just got a small breeding group of western chorus frogs!!! I’ve only had them for two days, but they’ve already laid a ton of eggs in my rain chamber!!!
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Love these little fellas! They are native to where I am at and their singing is always a welcome sign that the vernal pools are filling up.


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