Monday, January 24, 2011

Right, Froggy?

Ten thousand insects are required to feed a single toad during the course of a typical summer.

2 comments:

froggy said...

Once upon a time when the Ponder children were little we kept some frogs for pets. We fed them Damn Crickets (so named as we were always heading to the pet store to buy more damn crickets). Little amphibians would eat one and you could see it moving around in its stomach!!! ak!! That cured us of keeping frogs as indoor pets.

Joy said...

Wow! Melissa had a tarantula that ate crickets. The spider creeped me out and then hearing the doomed chirping crickets made it macabre. I'd keep the frogs outside, too.