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  1. Hi Buck,
    I reside next to Glen Austin in President park, and have 2 dams on the plot. I have about 4-5 variants of frogs in the ponds, one of them being the bullfrog, however, they seem to move house as and when it pleases them after a heavy rain, there are dozens of frogs on the surface mating and when approaching them, they just stare or some swim downwards, but still paired. I have millions of tadpoles swimming around the dams now and I have noticed a lot of stringed eggs stranded between the water plants. If you come across any frogs in your area and need relocating them etc. feel free to bring them along to my plot. 70% of the plot is kept wild and we're in the 100 year flood line so no building ever going to happen there Contact me on 072-651-9591. Thank you
  2. Hello Buck, could you please help me I am new to this posting forms. Could you please tell me how to do a post in the proper place. And what area to go to? I have many questions about my pacman and albino bullfrog. But I keep on posting in the wrong place. Sorry to bother you
  3. Hi uhmmm Buck,
    I'm not going to go biddy-biddy, beady but LOL hallo, none the less.

    Seems as if you are the most active South African here and thus I want to ask you a few questions regarding exotic frogs in SA, if that's ok with you?
    1. Are there any place where one can buy exotic frogs in SA?
    2. If so, which species are available?
    3. If not, would it be possible to import some for the pet / fanciers in SA?

    Hope to hear from you soon,
    Regards,
    Jacques S G
  4. Hello there, I am currently setting up a viv for reed frogs and I am trying to decide between Heteruxalus madagascariensis or Hyperolius argus. I know you keep reeds. just wanted to see which species you would suggest. I know how to raise them and what not, just curious as to which one will be more rewarding. Plus they are both very beautiful species. Thanks for your time.
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    This was on one of the recent episodes of South Park. Eric Cartman wants the new Wii to come out so badly that he freezes himself to pass the time but ends up being frozen for 500 years.
  6. welcome
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