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Feeding Wild Frogs

I've mentioned this little lady of the night before. She lives on the porch in a water feature/lamp and is one of the animals round the joint Jo and I are used to greeting of an evening. Last night, Jo decided to take the relationship to another level by offering her a woody, (from Jo's dragons special reserve). The result was so astonishing that I had to grab the camera and get a few shots. NOTE As a rule I don't believe in feeding wild animals for reasons I have gone into in previous posts. Rules though are meant to be broken - also, I am not the boss of Jo ... and anyway, this frog is so bloody endearing that it'd be churlish to deny her an easy meal ... L. caerulea in her usual spot Fancy a roach? NOM NOM NOM! Got a bit of finger there ... Thanks Luv - you're a peach The surprises didn't stop there however. At the end of the meal up popped another green tree frog (presumably a male). Now most animals, even frogs, t

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