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Discussion in 'General Chat' started by rona, Mar 24, 2011.
lol nice looking pond
The frogs like it and they are the important ones :001_tt2:
awww thats true
jesus crist thats a lot of froglets!!
Are yorkshire taddys late developers? Ours locally havent even hatched yet.
Its like looking through a microscope at McCartney's Sperm sample! :blink:
bloomin heck! Thats a fair amount of Tadpoles looks like the pond is alive :lol:
That's loads - is it worth moving some to another pond?
Or dare I say it cull some Please don't shout at me.
Lordy!!! My friend posted on facebook that she had a veritable orgy going on in her pond too, looks like you've had the same problem!!
Blimey that is alot! Maybe some of them will get eaten by something??
If it was me Id plant some Hosta's, coz you wont have a slug within a 3 mile radius soon!
get a stork/crane/heron...they make good pets too..
cs runs for the cover.....
Gonna have trouble mowing the lawn later in the year
Cue the sick (and slightly adapted joke)
"Whats red and green and goes round really fast.....
a frog in a lawn mower"
Runs to hide
Blimey spring must be in the air, never seen so many tadpoles
You'll probably find that the fish will eat some of the smaller ones, we normally have loads! and the fish will always be round the edges of the pond at them, get some oxygenating plants that sit right at the bottom of your pond aswell
Wow thats loads
If you're worried about oxygen levels you can buy oxgenating tablets they're pretty cheap if you go to the right places.