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Environment+Heritage Mar 27
In 2009, a small population of the thought extinct Yellow Spotted Bell was re-discovered after 30 years! funded a breeding project and now 200 and have been released to help re-establish a wild population!
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Andrew Wright Apr 10
Check out these little wrigglers! Found hundreds of in a pond earlier. Good luck to them. 😊
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Warnham Local Nature Reserve Apr 6
We've never seen so many tadpoles in one place!!
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Jules Jun 25
Oh dear! My garden is really quickly running out of water. It is full of tiny and so I know I shouldn't use tap . The water butt is empty. No rain is forecast. Who can advise me?
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Melissa Youngquist May 11
Newly hatched wood in the Chippewa
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Wildlife Orphanage Jun 7
#frogs# . The long dry spell is causing a lot of problems for Wildlife here in with fledgling birds arriving in an awful state. But it seems to be a bumper year for tadpoles & our pond is just full of the little wrigglers.The world needs more frogs
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Räsänen Katja May 4
Final set up & (of course) troubleshooting of our by Mariella and Quentin..before enter tomorrow...exciting times!
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Victoria Hillman May 13
They're growing up so fast, some are even starting to look like little frogs 🐸
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Thames Discovery Mar 24
Replying to @TidewayLondon
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Cassie Thompson May 16
It never ceases to amaze me how quickly these guys can develop. Less than a week difference between these pictures! Look at their little legs! 😍🐸
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JP's Paths May 5
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Partha Kar Apr 28
While the adults are enjoying the ...the kids are having a lot of fun too- thanks to 😊
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Jake Smith Jun 29
Despite coldest nights of winter about now these are getting ready for spring soon and a froggy future.
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Bridgend Primary Jun 4
Interesting day at the Stick Man Trail 🌿🌲
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A Frog A Day Oct 23
A tadpole is also known as a pollywog. The actual cuteness!
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Annette Evans Jul 15
Jack Phillips tells us about tadpole air breathing with bubble sucking and double bubble sucking
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EAL Apr 25
This bilingual student took her interest in the class home and made a in showing the life cycle of a frog! She then explained it to her class in 🐸
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Renoir J. Auguste Apr 7
Trinidad Stream Frog (Mannophryne trinitatis) photographed today near Asa Wright Nature Centre ( male carrying tadpoles on his back)
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Mrs.Goff Jun 1
What do teachers do in the summer? They raise tadpoles at home in order to raise them successfully in the classroom next year!
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danika brown Jul 18
I love , but I have to say, are pretty ugly.
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