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  • Tadpoles - Pack of 10


    (5 Reviews)

    …Gardens Observe the fascinating transformation from tadpole to froglet to frog right before your very eyes. Perfect for natural ponds and koi ponds. Live tadpoles may be a mixture of Leopard Frogs Bullfrogs and Green Frogs. Frogs that are raised from tadpoles in your pond are more likely to call…
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  • Aquascape Lazy Frog on Lily Pad Spitter

    …but the Aquascape Lazy Frog on Lily Pad Spitter is molded out of a sturdy poly-resin material that easily fits into most budgets. Attach a 1/2 hose to the back and the lazy frog will spit water out of his mouth when connected to a fountain or spitter pump. The Lazy Frog on Lily Pad Spitter creates…
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  • Aquascape Double Frog w/Cattail Spitter

    …amount of detail and consistent texture that easily fits into most budgets. The double Frog w/Cattail Spitter measures 10L x 10W x 18H. 1-Year Warranty. Looking for a pump? We recommend pairing the Double Frog w/Cattail Spitter with one of our water fountain pumps and black vinyl tubing (sold…
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  • Common Cattail Bundle of 2

    …Cattail is a popular choice for wetland and bog areas because they increase natural filtration and provide food and protection for fish turtles and frogs. Common Cattails make a nice accent plant in any size pond and can grow 6'-7' high with catkins appearing in late July or August. If planting in a…
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  • Aquascape Frog on Reed Spitter

    * Adds a Decorative Focal Point & Sound * Feature Encapsulates the Finish of Real Brass * Frog Spitter Excellent Addition to Water Features Aquascape Frog on Reed Spitter is an excellent addition to any water feature. When paired with a fountain/spitter pump and 1/2 tubing this pond spitter will…
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  • Aquascape Crazy Legs Frog Spitter

    …Legs Frog Spitter. This funny decorative water feature adds personality to your landscape. Unlike most pond decor that is made of expensive materials like brass steel or copper this spitter statue is made of a sturdy poly-resin material that easily fits into most budgets. Crazy Legs Frog Spitter…
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  • …the Fry Safe Once the fry emerge from their eggs they can't swim and will need a protected area that's safe from natural predators like tadpoles frogs and koi. Make sure you give them plenty of coverage with water hyacinth water lettuce and other aquatic plants. You might also consider using a fine…
    …aquatic frog or bullfrog - can handle some cold or frozen conditions. Frogs are so good at the cold life in fact that portions of their bodies will partially freeze. Ice crystals form in places like the body cavity bladder and under the skin but a high concentration of glucose in the frog's vital…
    …impressive creatures: As one of the largest frogs in the world they grow to 8 inches long and weigh up to 1½ pounds. When they're tadpoles they're impressive too. The dark green swimmers measure up to 6 inches long which is larger than most other frog species and sport a dorsal fin that…
    …and tasty fruits and vegetables the opportunistic water-loving critters will happily take a dive in your lake to hunt for crayfish fish turtles frogs and worms. They will use their lightning-fast paws to grab both aquatic and terrestrial prey. Mother Nature provides her own raccoon control in the…
    …surface and eat as food floats by. Midge flies lay their eggs in water preferring it to be still clear dark and safe from critters like fish and frogs that nosh on the larvae when they emerge. To protect themselves the bloodworms actually create and live in tiny half-inch tubes they build from mud…
    …What They Eat This omnivore's preferred meals include just about anything it can capture and swallow including aquatic plants invertebrates fish frogs reptiles birds and small mammals. Snapping turtles also clean-up your pond by consuming carrion (or dead animals). In a farm or swimming pond a…

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