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Old 09-08-02, 05:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Smile couple pics from this afternoon.

Snapped these while sitting in the backyard today.

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Old 09-08-02, 05:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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very cool inked! wish i had that kind of wildlife in my backyard! great shots!
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Old 09-08-02, 05:28 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Those are just two of the 8 or 9 that were in there at the time.
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thats sweet.. all i have in my backyard are crickets and spiders.. :P
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that's why enjoy living in the 'country' even if that is only 10 minutes from the city.
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yep only time you see a frog here in the desert is directly afer a rain. Cool pics
 
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!!!!!!!!!

Wayyyyy cool man.


What subspecies of Leopard is that? Pipiens ??
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not a big frog person, just saw them sitting on the edge and decided to snap some photos. From what i can tell they are "Rana pipiens" Same thing?? We have quite a few of them as well as some other species of frog that frequent our little 17'x7' garden pond. Weather permitting i will head out tomorrow to snap some shots of the others. Apparently my Dad spotted a snake around the pond today too, he said he wasn't sure what kind, he just knows it was a snake so he ran. (needless to say he doesn't like the basement much )
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Those were awsome pics, I don't have ANYTHING in my back yard, not even many bugs.
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great pics!! i need a pond lol!
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