Thursday, 10 May 2012
The most pampered tadpoles in Sussex?
I should add that these tadpoles - safe in their builders' bucket, are protected from the elements and cold night air in my "lean to" by my kitchen. Being cold-blooded, their development is much faster in the warm, than their siblings in the freezer trays outside. Sadly the lashings of rain last night on my freezer tray nurseries, caused some tadpoles to be washed overboard, only to perish on a flagstone.
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