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Old 05-28-2008, 03:52 PM   #11
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If that's dog hair - he's teeny! Very cute.
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Old 05-28-2008, 04:01 PM   #12
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If that's dog hair - he's teeny! Very cute.
I know! At first glance it looks like a 6" frog with wire on it. Then you realize it's dog hair and it takes another couple seconds to process how small it must be! I was wondering how you dealt with that monster in your greenhouse Connie!
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I could be wrong as I don't have your Godzilla in front of me but I think that it might be a toad instead of a frog.......if the skin is dryish looking it's a toad but as you say--he or she is covered in dog hair......so I really can't tell---I love toads and frogs---they are considered very good luck in many Asian countries.........and any creature that will eat the bugs in my garden is welcomed...unfortunately I don't see many anymore...why??
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