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Nature-Bat and Toad Story

Posted by west_gardener (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 25, 13 at 17:27

Below is a link to a photo of a toad trying to eat a bat. It's a hoot.
It's a happy ending for the bat.

Here is a link that might be useful: Bat and Toad story and photo.


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RE: Nature-Bat and Toad Story

I saw that article. I thought the bat flew into the toads mouth? It sounded accidental. Oops! I knew what it was the moment I saw the picture. Before I'd read the article. Except I didn't notice the tail sticking out. Which looks like the toads tongue! HA!


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RE: Nature-Bat and Toad Story

It's an amazing picture! Both creatures probably were surprised! Bats are said to be supreme navigators, but not always. Possibly because a toad does not give out any body temperature, so it's not sensed by the bat


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RE: Nature-Bat and Toad Story

Lol, lilo, I agree: " Both creatures probably were surprised! "
Rob, I also got a kick out the bat tail coming out of the toad's mouth. Lol, it's a great photo.


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RE: Nature-Bat and Toad Story

That is a surprising picture and amazing that at this moment somebody could take a picture.
Cane toads, out of their natural habitat, are a menace. Okinawa and Australia have big problem with those critters.


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RE: Nature-Bat and Toad Story

I'm always surprised what the GP poster know about "stuff".
Like the no temp toads and Cane Toads. Who knew? Not me.


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