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‘You’ve made my day’, said Mrs T.

George had just spotted a tadpole in the garden pond.

After a bunch of frog spawn had gone to Miss T’s Butterflies class of 4-5 year-olds, and another clump to our friend ‘Frog’, Mrs T was convinced that what remained was never going to hatch. Well, at least one egg has done what it was meant to do! This is how things looked a few weeks ago.

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  1. Frog

    Dear Mr and Mrs T, I am very glad your generosity did not deprive you of live tadpoles ! From the clump you gave us, we spotted 8 tadpoles some weeks ago. Now, it is not so easy to find them as the sun has encouraged the green algae to grow, but I can still spot some, considerably fatter. We also now have an adult resident frog, which fills me with joy. Thank you so much for sharing the frogspawn with us.

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  2. willturnstone Post author

    Let’s hope the adult frog can persuade a mate to join it at your pond next year. Otherwise, come and get another clump of eggs if needed. Do you still have aerating weed?

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