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    bushy
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    this little guy sat here all day….out of the rain

    #487158
    Hummer
    Keymaster

    🙂 Great shot Bushman!

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    Judi B
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    You also know its wet when you find this ….

    on the kitchen floor :ohmy: we can’t figure how it got in.

    #487160
    Hummer
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    Judi B post=300936 wrote: we can’t figure how it got in.

    Maybe it travelled in via some flora you may have picked from the garden Jude ??

    #487161
    Judi B
    Keymaster

    I don’t think so as all I’ve got in the garden are weeds and a few zuchs I think I’d notice.

    Great photo by the way Bushy.

    #487162
    mistyhollows
    Member

    Love the photo bushy!

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    Franceyne
    Member

    Excellent photo Bushy!

    #487164
    Bullseye
    Member

    I think Mr Python decided to temporarily move in with the Green Tree Frog family as his home under a shipping container became a bit soggy. Mr Python was a good house guest too he didn’t eat any hosts. 🙂

    PS Great photo Bushy.

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    Bullseye
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    Judi B post=300936 wrote: You also know its wet when you find this ….

    on the kitchen floor :ohmy: we can’t figure how it got in.

    Is that a native land snail Judi B?

    #487166
    LindyChook
    Member

    When we opened the rear barn doors of our cruiser to put shopping in last week a bright green frog jumped out of the door jamb!! He rode with us all the way to Gilgandra and we couldnt catch him to bring him back. He had everyone outside the market staring at him as he disappeared. They were dumb founded and so were we!!

    #487167
    Hummer
    Keymaster

    Thats a cool shot too Bullseye 🙂

    #487168
    bushy
    Member

    I dare say bullseye’s Mr Python regards the frog family as “stockpiling for a rainy day “

    #487169
    smurfy
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    What amazing photo’s! That’s funny Bushy…..a Python ‘converted’ to the ALS way…!

    We have hundreds of frogs here at the moment….loads of little natives and of course Greenies. The sound the other night was defening…and many of them were playing ‘leapfrog’! Hence, many, many tadpoles!

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    Bullseye
    Member

    bushy post=301012 wrote: I dare say bullseye’s Mr Python regards the frog family as “stockpiling for a rainy day “

    There’s another definition of, in cold (blooded) storage. 🙂

    #487171
    Wisey
    Member

    Yah nice picture Bushy.

    Just checking out your avatar Bullseye, I hate to be the one to tell you this but I don’t think those bits your holding are the bulls eyes …..

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