|endlesschris - 2017-06-24 |
I saw some owner's comments about how frogs are too dumb to find the thing, and maybe if they had colored it green like a lily-pad it would actually work.
|White Trash Party - 2017-06-24 |
Feel like the blue tailed skink had some off camera help there. He did not give a fuck.
|Redford - 2017-06-24 |
We stuck a piece of plastic fence into our pool as an impromptu ramp for a similar effect.
Weirdly, though a lot of frogs live around here, they don't ever seem to find their way into the pool, and the ramp is mostly for the odd chipmunk who did.
|StanleyPain - 2017-06-24 |
These are good for bats, too.
|infinite zest - 2017-06-24 |
As the future owner of a hot tub, I approve of this.
|Boomer The Dog - 2017-06-24 |
The frogs on the intro picture look like my pet toad, Denise Hoppy.
I wonder about the chlorine in pools, seems it would be dangerous to amphibious creatures like frogs, salamanders.
Yeah Chlorene is bad across the boards no what, but a little, like the amount a dog might get if it jumped in and swam to the other side probably wouldn't instantly kill a small mammal or reptile, but it's probably like exposing a non-smoker to any level of carbon monoxide that smokers' bodys are more used to. I lifeguarded for a few years and usually it was the tarp itself that was the culprit: bigger guys like opossums and wild rabbits could easily climb out but in a panic they'd get trapped in or under it. ANY platform, even a kickboard errantly left in, can be used as a means of propelling out of there, which really made me wish we had one of these instead of being the guy who killed Bambi's BFF :)
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