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    >From: [email]johnpowerverobeachlaw.com[/email]
    >[url]http://members.aol.com/annika1980/froggy.jpg[/url]
    >>
    >>Is that thing alive? Looks like it has a broken neck to me.
    >I've never seen a frog pose on a blue sheet of paper before
    >either.....usually they are sitting on a c bank, dangling on a
    >hook or snuggled up against hush puppies.
    >
    I assure you that the tree frog was very much alive (when I took the pic anyway
    .... hah, hah).

    The blue sheet of paper you see is actually the tinted window of our pro shop
    with the blue sky reflecting in the window. I thought it was a pretty cool
    background. I tried one with clouds in the background, but that one didn't
    work as well.
    [url]http://members.aol.com/annika1980/frog2.jpg[/url]






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    [email]annika1980aol.com[/email] (Annika1980) wrote in news:20030712211955.23663.00000260
    mb-m24.aol.com:
    > [url]http://members.aol.com/annika1980/frog2.jpg[/url]
    Just curious (not being familiar with this kind of frog).
    Is it common that the frog is so passive that you can
    put it wherever you want and is it common that this
    kind of frog tilts its head 90 degrees like that. Sure
    looks to me that it has some kind of problems - not
    feeling so well.


    Roland
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    On 13 Jul 2003 08:11:50 GMT, Roland Karlsson
    <roland_dot_karlssonbonetmail.com> wrote:
    >annika1980aol.com (Annika1980) wrote in news:20030712211955.23663.00000260
    >mb-m24.aol.com:
    >
    >> [url]http://members.aol.com/annika1980/frog2.jpg[/url]
    >
    >Just curious (not being familiar with this kind of frog).
    >Is it common that the frog is so passive that you can
    >put it wherever you want and is it common that this
    >kind of frog tilts its head 90 degrees like that. Sure
    >looks to me that it has some kind of problems - not
    >feeling so well.
    >
    >
    >Roland
    Just for the record, that is normal for this frog - scientific name is
    "Hyla cinerea". They are passive in the daytime, active at night.
    Common in the southeastern US

    Neil Bell (biologist)
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    >From: Neil Bell [email]neilbellnotreally.att.net[/email]
    >>Is it common that the frog is so passive that you can
    >>put it wherever you want and is it common that this
    >>kind of frog tilts its head 90 degrees like that. Sure
    >>looks to me that it has some kind of problems - not
    >>feeling so well.
    >>
    >>
    >>Roland
    >Just for the record, that is normal for this frog - scientific name is
    >"Hyla cinerea". They are passive in the daytime, active at night.
    >Common in the southeastern US
    >
    >Neil Bell (biologist)
    Glad you answered that cause I don't know squat about frogs. Somebody stuck
    him on the window and I just shot him until he jumped off.





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    [email]annika1980aol.com[/email] (Annika1980) wrote:
    > I just shot him until he jumped off.
    Hearty little devil!

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    Charlie Dilks
    Newark, DE USA
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    Roland Karlsson <roland_dot_karlssonbonetmail.com> wrote in message news:<Xns93B767BFA627rolandkarlssonchello130.133. 1.4>...
    > [email]annika1980aol.com[/email] (Annika1980) wrote in news:20030712211955.23663.00000260
    > mb-m24.aol.com:
    >
    > > [url]http://members.aol.com/annika1980/frog2.jpg[/url]
    >
    > Just curious (not being familiar with this kind of frog).
    > Is it common that the frog is so passive that you can
    > put it wherever you want and is it common that this
    > kind of frog tilts its head 90 degrees like that. Sure
    > looks to me that it has some kind of problems - not
    > feeling so well.
    >
    >
    > Roland


    Frogs slowly climb up the windows around my house too, and, yes, they
    just sit there looking at you.


    Frank
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    [email]frank_ehrlichhotmail.com[/email] (Frank Ehrlich) wrote in
    news:b855db7b.0307131101.31ab7713posting.google.c om:
    > Frogs slowly climb up the windows around my house too, and, yes, they
    > just sit there looking at you.
    >
    Strange :) Here in Sweden all frogs are rather quick
    and tries to avoid human contact as best as they can.



    Roland
    Roland Karlsson Guest

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    Maybe they mistook Anni for another frog !!!



    "Roland Karlsson" <roland_dot_karlssonbonetmail.com> wrote in message
    news:Xns93B7EB09B50F0rolandkarlssonchello130.133. 1.4...
    > [email]frank_ehrlichhotmail.com[/email] (Frank Ehrlich) wrote in
    > news:b855db7b.0307131101.31ab7713posting.google.c om:
    >
    > > Frogs slowly climb up the windows around my house too, and, yes, they
    > > just sit there looking at you.
    > >
    >
    > Strange :) Here in Sweden all frogs are rather quick
    > and tries to avoid human contact as best as they can.
    >
    >
    >
    > Roland

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    On 7/14/03 2:57 PM, in article bev1ql$l9r$1news6.svr.pol.co.uk,
    "badgerfish" <badgerfishlovesspam> wrote:
    > Maybe they mistook Anni for another frog !!!
    >
    Hey badge!
    Now that's just being tasteless!
    LOL!!!!
    > "Roland Karlsson" <roland_dot_karlssonbonetmail.com> wrote in message
    > news:Xns93B7EB09B50F0rolandkarlssonchello130.133. 1.4...
    >> [email]frank_ehrlichhotmail.com[/email] (Frank Ehrlich) wrote in
    >> news:b855db7b.0307131101.31ab7713posting.google.c om:
    >>
    >>> Frogs slowly climb up the windows around my house too, and, yes, they
    >>> just sit there looking at you.
    >>>
    >>
    >> Strange :) Here in Sweden all frogs are rather quick
    >> and tries to avoid human contact as best as they can.
    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> Roland
    >
    >

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