Doorstep Frog

Discussion in 'Photography' started by NeilW, 12 Mar 2010.

  1. NeilW

    NeilW Member

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    Had a little visitor tonight;

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    well tempted to give him a new home in an opti-white :lol:
     
  2. chump54

    chump54 Member

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    We had a similar visit a couple of years ago

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    :)
     
  3. NeilW

    NeilW Member

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    :lol: excellent, I like how he must have had a good rummage around your house guessing by the attached fluff
     
  4. Steve Smith

    Steve Smith Member

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    Is that a frog or a toad? Looks too chubby for a frog :)
     
  5. chump54

    chump54 Member

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    it doesn't take much rummaging to get that fluffy in our house :oops:
     
  6. NeilW

    NeilW Member

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    I used the good ol' Wikipedia; simplified and with exceptions frogs have wet, smooth skin and jump, toads have dry skin and normally 'walk'. I agree though he was a chubber :lol:
     
  7. Kosh42-EFG

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    I think first post is a frog, the fluffy one is a toad... Possibly a new species as I have never seen a fluffy toad before ;)

    Then again there is so much fluff behind our sofas that it would have looked more like a hamster :wideyed:
     
  8. dw1305

    dw1305 Expert

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    Hi all,
    Here's my frog photo from a very warm night in the garden a few years ago, it could have been even better as when I shone the torch on them there were 4 frogs at 90o from each other, but 2 had "escaped" before the photo. I used to quite often find frogs in the bucket (it is always full of water as it is the only water the cat will drink), and had wondered why.
    frogs.jpg

    cheers Darrel
     

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