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cathie cathie
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'Frog from hell' fossil unearthed #1
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Re: 'Frog from hell' fossil unearthed #2
Read about that in the metro this morning, they've called it beelzebefo or something haven't they? lol
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Re: 'Frog from hell' fossil unearthed #3
thats pretty cool, i like it when they find cool things like that! a frog the size of a beachball! didnt we see some pretty big toads at london zoo?? lol!
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Re: 'Frog from hell' fossil unearthed #4
Apparently it fed on insects, lizards and young dinosaurs!!! lol no kidding a frog that eats baby dinosaurs...
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Re: 'Frog from hell' fossil unearthed #5
Sounds a bit like a cane toad.
Did you ever see the film about them?
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Re: 'Frog from hell' fossil unearthed #6
I love their artists impression. Just take picture of a ceratophrys ornata horned frog , and call it an artists impression.

Those cuts to the bbc natural history unit are starting to show.
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Re: 'Frog from hell' fossil unearthed #7
What about applying for a job there??
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Re: 'Frog from hell' fossil unearthed #8
Incidentally only just got round to watching life in cold blood episode 2 (episode 3 downloading from iplayer as we speak! lol), found the story about the golden frogs very sad... That fungus is a very scary prospect, not just to the populations of wild frogs but the knock on effects... a whole ecosystem knocked out of balance for decades.

Shame nothing can be done to stop it.
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Re: 'Frog from hell' fossil unearthed #9
What about applying for a job there??

lol, id love to but I think theyre firing not hiring at the moment. I think mr attenborough said that the bbc natural history just got hit by 30 percent cuts across the board.

That was the only area of the bbc worth paying the licence fee for.Planet earth and life in cold blood came in on some of the highest ratings the BBC have ever seen, and then the natural history unit get budget cuts...

...can we take accountants out into the fields and shoot them?
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Re: 'Frog from hell' fossil unearthed #10
i remember when their use to be at least 4 wildlife programs on per week naw where lucky to get one
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