Our tiny frog pond.

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    The Denying Dutchman

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    Over the last couple of weeks I've been making videos and taking pictures. After that I spend a lot of hours editing it into a nice video. I think I succeeded.

    Enjoy the video of my tiny frog pond! [​IMG]

     
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    Great job...Love it
    Regards
    C
     
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    Thank you! :)
     
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    Great little pond !(y) I like ivy on the rocks. I think frogs will live only where it's good.
    m not a big fan of frogs - I appreciate them from afar. But here they look very nice, especially when they float to the music of Beethoven! :D
     
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    Nice!
     
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    As Larisa , said I don't like frog much, I even put a wire mesh to cover water in lotus and lilies, but surprised to see salamander in the pond of yours, they are quite fascinating creatures. I even heard they have quite astonishing regenerative abilities.
     
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    Thanks all!

    And I thought my grandmother who has a phobia for frogs is a bit weird, but it's seems to be more common than I thought. :LOL:
     
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    [​IMG]

    Almost a frog. A very tiny one, from head to tail about a centimeter long. The tadpoles heads in my pool are larger than the tiny frog!

    I noticed today that I still have a quite large tadpole in the pool which doesn't even has started growing rear legs yet. A bit late isn't it?
     
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    Great video! Im not so much scared of frogs as I am scared of being surprised by one.
     
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    Funny, my younger sister is afraid of frogs too. As long as they're at a distance it's fine. (frogs are way too scared for humans to jump at them)
     
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    I still have a bunch of tadpoles in my pond too, I don't think it's too late for them.
     
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    I heard from someone that some tadpoles become frogs after one year! Must be big ones I guess. ;)
     
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    Oh I don't think it takes them that long. They are usually out of my pond in a matter of weeks.
     
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    Probably a Bullfrog. They mature later and are large to start with.
     
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    I'll just wait and see. We still have frogs hopping in and out of the garden, quite busy creatures.
     
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