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Re: Re: frogs

What really cracks me up is when the bull frogs in my pond all respond when
an airplane flies over.  I guess they think they are defending their 
territory from
attack by a super frog.

In a message dated 08/11/2006 5:47:17 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
TeichFlora@aol.com writes:
LOL, that's true.  I have one treefrog per bromeliad.  They get  very upset 
if another comes into their brom. Even the toads are  seen hiding behind a 
or flower pot alone.   I think they  don't socialize until it's breeding 
time.  I have a chorus every night  during warm weather......I always worry 
my neighbors will call the police,  as it gets louder every year, but so far 
everyone enjoys it, including Ms. Hates  Nature behind me.  Go figure.  

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