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Thread: My big frog

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    Power Poster alikat110's Avatar
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    Sounds like you should name him...he's one of the family

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    oh i love it. we have one to but I have yet to get a picture. we caught him once. he was huge.

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    Don't like frogs, but sure like your pond, Have a nice day

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    How much fun is that, thanks for sharing, my Grandson thought it was (his words) AWESOME NaNa lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmabby
    Don't like frogs, but sure like your pond, Have a nice day
    If you saw my pond in person you would just shudder. It is overgrown with weeds inside and out. We are trying to figure out what to do with it. I'll be going to the pond store later on this week to get some advice...


    My frog is cool. I get a kick out of him especially in the spring when he sings for about a month. I'm still surprised that any young froglets find their way in to my back yard - and then they don't even stay. I just don't get it lol.

    About a week or two ago my patio had several small frogs that looked just like my big guy :D

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    [quote=Yarn or Fabric]
    Quote Originally Posted by jmabby
    About a week or two ago my patio had several small frogs that looked just like my big guy :D
    If I'm not mistaken, the big frog is the female and the little frog is the male. Kinda remember that from biology.

    So if 'she' was singing and you had several boy visitors ... you might be rewarded with tadpoles!

    And the bonus is all the bugs they eat!!

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    [quote=DogHouseMom]
    Quote Originally Posted by Yarn or Fabric
    Quote Originally Posted by jmabby
    About a week or two ago my patio had several small frogs that looked just like my big guy :D
    If I'm not mistaken, the big frog is the female and the little frog is the male. Kinda remember that from biology.

    So if 'she' was singing and you had several boy visitors ... you might be rewarded with tadpoles!

    And the bonus is all the bugs they eat!!

    Lalalala - fingers in my ears - I'm not listening - I'd have to change his name from the Big Guy to the Big Girl lol.
    No matter what I love my froggie :D

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    ahh, Im jealouse. We have a pond, and a big yard with lots of frogs, and though my kids keep putting them in the pond non have stayed. We had one, who swam in my pond for abouta week, then he wasn't seen again.
    Think the fish ran him off!

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    I just read up on my guy. I don't know why it has taken me so long to do it - but he's a bullfrog and male all the way :)
    The way to tell American Bullfrogs apart is the male has bigger ear circles and the female's ear circles are the same size or smaller than their eyes. Their coloration is different too - the female has a white throat.

    I have no idea why it took me so many years to look up info about my guy. Better late than never.

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    AWWWW sweet!!!

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