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identify this midnight visitor?

Post by phille.. » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 00:55:35



http://miltonsoffice.com/visitor
Underwater cam grabbed a few snaps of this lastnight
Is it a frog?
 
 
 

identify this midnight visitor?

Post by Ka30 » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 01:17:15


Well...............
it could be.
And then again.
It might not be.
In addition to being a frog, it could also
be a newt or a salamander who are also
nocturnal critters.
Or, before anyone else brings it up, the Creature of the Lost Lagoon.
Maybe tonight it will give you a face shot.

kathy :-)
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identify this midnight visitor?

Post by Derek Broughto » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 01:41:21


Quote:

> http://miltonsoffice.com/visitor
> Underwater cam grabbed a few snaps of this lastnight
> Is it a frog?

Apparently it's just frog's legs.  Yum.  

Not knowing scale, it's hard to say, but I would expect it's a frog.
--
derek

 
 
 

identify this midnight visitor?

Post by Granny Grum » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 02:15:09


Quote:
>http://miltonsoffice.com/visitor
>Underwater cam grabbed a few snaps of this lastnight
>Is it a frog?

Looks like it.

but, looks like ET's hand...

 
 
 

identify this midnight visitor?

Post by Dave and Mis » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 04:49:21


Looks like Nessie to me.

Quote:
> http://miltonsoffice.com/visitor
> Underwater cam grabbed a few snaps of this lastnight
> Is it a frog?

 
 
 

identify this midnight visitor?

Post by 2pod » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 05:20:12


Could the very rare web footed action man doll ;-)



Quote:
> Looks like Nessie to me.


>> http://miltonsoffice.com/visitor
>> Underwater cam grabbed a few snaps of this lastnight
>> Is it a frog?

 
 
 

identify this midnight visitor?

Post by jamme » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 06:41:34



Quote:

>http://miltonsoffice.com/visitor
>Underwater cam grabbed a few snaps of this lastnight
>Is it a frog?

or a duck?

yeah, maybe tonight you'll get a better glimpse.

 
 
 

identify this midnight visitor?

Post by Derek Broughto » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 09:32:01


Quote:

> Well...............
> it could be.
> And then again.
> It might not be.
> In addition to being a frog, it could also
> be a newt or a salamander who are also
> nocturnal critters.
> Or, before anyone else brings it up, the Creature of the Lost Lagoon.

I believe that was the Creature from the Black Lagoon.  You just don't do
facetious as well as the rest of us :-)
--
derek
 
 
 

identify this midnight visitor?

Post by phille.. » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 11:10:52


I have a bunch of frogs in there, just thought it was cool and creepy
Ive been told by another group it is prob a leopard frog based on the webbing

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Quote:

> >http://miltonsoffice.com/visitor
> >Underwater cam grabbed a few snaps of this lastnight
> >Is it a frog?

> Looks like it.

> but, looks like ET's hand...

 
 
 

identify this midnight visitor?

Post by Ka30 » Sat, 25 Sep 2004 22:25:27


No, it was the Lost Lagoon, because it was in his pond and not the Black
Lagoon?
Sigh.....

kathy :-)
algae primer
http://hometown.aol.com/ka30p/myhomepage/garden.html

 
 
 

identify this midnight visitor?

Post by Ann in Housto » Sun, 26 Sep 2004 06:40:08


I think your fish have made an "alien ***".  Let's see how they (the
aliens) like being the abductees!

Quote:
> http://www.moonsgarden.com/
> Underwater cam grabbed a few snaps of this lastnight
> Is it a frog?