cuttest frog ever

  • FS696

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    Feb 25, 2012 2:12 AM GMT
    I want one

  • Pickmansmodel

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    Feb 25, 2012 3:25 AM GMT
    It looks like a normal bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeiana) giving a release call. That, or the way the frog is being held is changing it's call.

    Haha, I love frogs - amphibians are my specialty.
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    Feb 25, 2012 3:28 AM GMT
    When does it squirt him with piss?
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    Feb 25, 2012 3:39 AM GMT
    Poor thing. It seems to me that the frog it's upset (although I could be wrong).
    I find it in poor taste when people find amusement in upsetting animals.
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    Feb 25, 2012 3:54 AM GMT
    Onceagain saidPoor thing. It seems to me that the frog it's upset (although I could be wrong).
    I find it in poor taste when people find amusement in upsetting animals.

    I agree
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    Feb 25, 2012 5:15 AM GMT
    This just shows how horrible mankind is to all who are below humans. The poor frog wants to be set free from that damn child. Seriously fuck humans. icon_evil.gif
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    Feb 25, 2012 5:35 AM GMT
    A small Caribbean tree frog that snuck up on me in my kitchen

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    Feb 25, 2012 6:17 AM GMT
    Onceagain saidPoor thing. It seems to me that the frog it's upset (although I could be wrong).
    I find it in poor taste when people find amusement in upsetting animals.


    Totally agree and I have never before heard a frog make that kind of sound.
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    Feb 25, 2012 6:20 AM GMT
    Pickmansmodel saidIt looks like a normal bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeiana) giving a release call. That, or the way the frog is being held is changing it's call.

    Haha, I love frogs - amphibians are my specialty.


    The fact you know it's proper name has me so hard right now icon_smile.gif
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    Feb 25, 2012 6:50 AM GMT
    after Katrina the neighbors next door abandoned their house and the pool into which had fallen a massive 20ft-tall palmetto. The pool was big enough that it became its own ecosystem. The mosquito fish the city deposited into it (to control mosquito growth) flourished, aquatic plants grew in and soon there was a healthy population of bullfrogs. All this smack in the middle of one of New Orleans' most affluent suburbs. I used to sit on the back porch in the evening and listen to the frogs, their different calls a rarity in the neighborhood before. You could hear all different sizes and (I assume) species. we had one that was about the size of a pie plate at one point and then about five years after the storm the house was pulled down (i got sick from the mold spores it released) and then a year later they came in, cracked the bottom of the pool and filled it in. Now its just another vacant lot with St. Aug on it.
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    Feb 25, 2012 7:22 AM GMT
    viitz saidThe not-so-cute side to bullfrogs..



    haha i love nature, I don't think there's anything wrong with that; it's part of life. I personally LOVE pythons





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    Feb 25, 2012 8:50 AM GMT
    take that surinam toad... warning, don't google surinam toad if you're not ok with being grossed out
  • HollywoodHist...

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    Feb 25, 2012 9:00 AM GMT
    RoadsterRacer87 saidafter Katrina the neighbors next door abandoned their house and the pool into which had fallen a massive 20ft-tall palmetto. The pool was big enough that it became its own ecosystem. The mosquito fish the city deposited into it (to control mosquito growth) flourished, aquatic plants grew in and soon there was a healthy population of bullfrogs. All this smack in the middle of one of New Orleans' most affluent suburbs. I used to sit on the back porch in the evening and listen to the frogs, their different calls a rarity in the neighborhood before. You could hear all different sizes and (I assume) species. we had one that was about the size of a pie plate at one point and then about five years after the storm the house was pulled down (i got sick from the mold spores it released) and then a year later they came in, cracked the bottom of the pool and filled it in. Now its just another vacant lot with St. Aug on it.


    You're from New Orleans?!? Make a vid, I LOVE the NO accent icon_biggrin.gif. Did you live in the Garden District? That city is so goddam romantic!
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    Feb 25, 2012 9:01 AM GMT
    GreenHopper saidA small Caribbean tree frog that snuck up on me in my kitchen

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    How CUTE!!! Oh, and the frog is adorable too icon_smile.gif
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    RoadsterRacer87 saidafter Katrina the neighbors next door abandoned their house and the pool into which had fallen a massive 20ft-tall palmetto. The pool was big enough that it became its own ecosystem. The mosquito fish the city deposited into it (to control mosquito growth) flourished, aquatic plants grew in and soon there was a healthy population of bullfrogs. All this smack in the middle of one of New Orleans' most affluent suburbs. I used to sit on the back porch in the evening and listen to the frogs, their different calls a rarity in the neighborhood before. You could hear all different sizes and (I assume) species. we had one that was about the size of a pie plate at one point and then about five years after the storm the house was pulled down (i got sick from the mold spores it released) and then a year later they came in, cracked the bottom of the pool and filled it in. Now its just another vacant lot with St. Aug on it.


    You're from New Orleans?!? Make a vid, I LOVE the NO accent icon_biggrin.gif. Did you live in the Garden District? That city is so goddam romantic!


    ROFL, there's no "New Orleans accent". What you think of as a New Orleans accent is most likely either a Cajun or Chalmette accent. And I have several vidz on my profile, heheh.
    But I grew up Uptown, which is further upriver from the Garden District.
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    Feb 25, 2012 9:05 AM GMT
    RoadsterRacer87 said
    mlitsonata said
    RoadsterRacer87 saidafter Katrina the neighbors next door abandoned their house and the pool into which had fallen a massive 20ft-tall palmetto. The pool was big enough that it became its own ecosystem. The mosquito fish the city deposited into it (to control mosquito growth) flourished, aquatic plants grew in and soon there was a healthy population of bullfrogs. All this smack in the middle of one of New Orleans' most affluent suburbs. I used to sit on the back porch in the evening and listen to the frogs, their different calls a rarity in the neighborhood before. You could hear all different sizes and (I assume) species. we had one that was about the size of a pie plate at one point and then about five years after the storm the house was pulled down (i got sick from the mold spores it released) and then a year later they came in, cracked the bottom of the pool and filled it in. Now its just another vacant lot with St. Aug on it.


    You're from New Orleans?!? Make a vid, I LOVE the NO accent icon_biggrin.gif. Did you live in the Garden District? That city is so goddam romantic!


    ROFL, there's no "New Orleans accent". What you think of as a New Orleans accent is most likely either a Cajun or Chalmette accent. And I have several vidz on my profile, heheh.
    But I grew up Uptown, which is further upriver from the Garden District.


    Ah well I learn something new icon_smile.gif There is certainly an accent that we Californians generally equate with New Orleans - maybe it's the Cajun. icon_smile.gif Whatever the hell it's called I love it icon_biggrin.gif
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    Feb 25, 2012 9:12 AM GMT
    calibro saidtake that surinam toad... warning, don't google surinam toad if you're not ok with being grossed out


    Aaa. you're the first person to mention surinam on RJ icon_smile.gif .. my grandparents came from there
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    Feb 25, 2012 9:15 AM GMT
    GreenHopper said
    calibro saidtake that surinam toad... warning, don't google surinam toad if you're not ok with being grossed out


    Aaa. you're the first person to mention surinam on RJ icon_smile.gif .. my grandparents came from there


    it's a nice place... minus the freaky toad
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    Feb 25, 2012 9:15 AM GMT
    calibro said
    GreenHopper said
    calibro saidtake that surinam toad... warning, don't google surinam toad if you're not ok with being grossed out


    Aaa. you're the first person to mention surinam on RJ icon_smile.gif .. my grandparents came from there


    it's a nice place... minus the freaky toad


    O wow, you've been?
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    Feb 25, 2012 9:26 AM GMT
    GreenHopper said
    calibro said
    GreenHopper said
    calibro saidtake that surinam toad... warning, don't google surinam toad if you're not ok with being grossed out


    Aaa. you're the first person to mention surinam on RJ icon_smile.gif .. my grandparents came from there


    it's a nice place... minus the freaky toad


    O wow, you've been?


    i have not, but i have friends who have and they loved it... but i did have nagapiri (spelling?) growing in our yard as kid.
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    calibro said
    GreenHopper said
    calibro said
    GreenHopper said
    calibro saidtake that surinam toad... warning, don't google surinam toad if you're not ok with being grossed out


    Aaa. you're the first person to mention surinam on RJ icon_smile.gif .. my grandparents came from there


    it's a nice place... minus the freaky toad


    O wow, you've been?


    i have not, but i have friends who have and they loved it... but i did have nagapiri (spelling?) growing in our yard as kid.


    yes i love it there.. but nagapiri? I would have to ask my grandma... Can you describe it?
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    Feb 25, 2012 9:38 AM GMT
    GreenHopper said
    calibro said
    GreenHopper said
    calibro said
    GreenHopper said
    calibro saidtake that surinam toad... warning, don't google surinam toad if you're not ok with being grossed out


    Aaa. you're the first person to mention surinam on RJ icon_smile.gif .. my grandparents came from there


    it's a nice place... minus the freaky toad


    O wow, you've been?


    i have not, but i have friends who have and they loved it... but i did have nagapiri (spelling?) growing in our yard as kid.


    yes i love it there.. but nagapiri? I would have to ask my grandma... Can you describe it?


    it's also called surinam cherry

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    Feb 25, 2012 9:45 AM GMT
    calibro said
    GreenHopper said
    calibro said
    GreenHopper said
    calibro said
    GreenHopper said
    calibro saidtake that surinam toad... warning, don't google surinam toad if you're not ok with being grossed out


    Aaa. you're the first person to mention surinam on RJ icon_smile.gif .. my grandparents came from there


    it's a nice place... minus the freaky toad


    O wow, you've been?


    i have not, but i have friends who have and they loved it... but i did have nagapiri (spelling?) growing in our yard as kid.


    yes i love it there.. but nagapiri? I would have to ask my grandma... Can you describe it?


    it's also called surinam cherry

    150611771_90f7cadf84_o.jpg


    O, ├▒angapiri.. that means so much as "edible peel" in Surinamese...
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    Feb 25, 2012 9:46 AM GMT
    GreenHopper said
    calibro said
    GreenHopper said
    calibro said
    GreenHopper said
    calibro said
    GreenHopper said
    calibro saidtake that surinam toad... warning, don't google surinam toad if you're not ok with being grossed out


    Aaa. you're the first person to mention surinam on RJ icon_smile.gif .. my grandparents came from there


    it's a nice place... minus the freaky toad


    O wow, you've been?


    i have not, but i have friends who have and they loved it... but i did have nagapiri (spelling?) growing in our yard as kid.


    yes i love it there.. but nagapiri? I would have to ask my grandma... Can you describe it?


    it's also called surinam cherry

    150611771_90f7cadf84_o.jpg


    O, ├▒angapiri.. that means so much as "edible peel" in Surinamese...


    i just call it yummy
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    Feb 25, 2012 9:48 AM GMT
    calibro said
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    calibro said
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    calibro said
    GreenHopper said
    calibro said
    GreenHopper said
    calibro saidtake that surinam toad... warning, don't google surinam toad if you're not ok with being grossed out


    Aaa. you're the first person to mention surinam on RJ icon_smile.gif .. my grandparents came from there


    it's a nice place... minus the freaky toad


    O wow, you've been?


    i have not, but i have friends who have and they loved it... but i did have nagapiri (spelling?) growing in our yard as kid.


    yes i love it there.. but nagapiri? I would have to ask my grandma... Can you describe it?


    it's also called surinam cherry

    150611771_90f7cadf84_o.jpg


    O, ├▒angapiri.. that means so much as "edible peel" in Surinamese...


    i just call it yummy


    lol yeah neotropical fruits are pretty yummy haha