I promise this is the END of the non-Timex/non-watch posts for a while. Here's today's photos of the frogs.
Here's one crawling up on "dry land" which is actually the bottom of a plastic milk jug. Their legs sprout and they begin breathing air and climb up to get out of the water while the siblings that aren't as well-developed still swim around in the tank of rainwater.
This little green frog was the one that jumped out into the big world of leaves and insects this morning while the brown sibling is still trying to get accustomed to being out of water. Note the tiny size when compared to a U.S. Cent coin.
Well...here's something that's totally unrelated to the tadpoles/frogs but it's from our recent beach vacation. My wife, Debby, really has an eye for Prehistoric Shark Teeth. I'm told these are millions of years old. She found 665 of them in one week.
Thanks for your patience with these non-watch related posts. Just a short diversion from our main theme.