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Posted: 03/26/20 04:17pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Assuming the OP isn’t pulling our leg, she’s probably talking about a tree frog. Those dang things can crawl and hang on to any surface, vertical, horizontal, or upside down. You wouldn’t believe some of the weird-a$$’ed places I’ve found those around and in our house.

I wouldn’t leave it in the tank if it was me. I’d figure out a way to use the overflow line to fill the tank up till it was flowing out the fill port and hopefully float that thing out of there.

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x2 he,s gotta come out . be pretty nasty if he dies.

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2oldman wrote:

Not sure I believe this.
Honestly. The guy joined today to poke fun at everyone. If he hasn’t done so already, after this he will probably go lick a toilet seat as part of the Coronavirus challenge.

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Don't bother the little toadie frog. Our last home they were everywhere.
Almost as loud as the time we had three hatches of Cicadas, not really.
Drink bottled water. Put in a port and stock it with crappie. Fresh fish and frogs legs.

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ok, how does one know they have a frog in the tank?

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philh wrote:

ok, how does one know they have a frog in the tank?

By Hearing ribbit ribbit ribbit sound [emoticon]

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free radical wrote:

philh wrote:

ok, how does one know they have a frog in the tank?

By Hearing ribbit ribbit ribbit sound [emoticon]


Well there's that.

Problem is, the mating call.

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2oldman wrote:

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so the frog made a 3foot leap from the ground and hit a bullseye? (your fill opening)
Perhaps he fell from the roof. Or was being carried by an eagle who dropped him.


I like the eagle idea, swooping down and releasing his bomb then pulling up.

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Think we're getting a little punch drunk after day 9?

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Just tie a string to the tail of a small water snake and stuff him down the water inlet......give it time to find and eat the frog, then pull it back out.....


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