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Land of a Thousand Frogs! September 23, 2013

Filed under: Everything Under the Sun — explorergarden @ 5:03 am

August in Yosemite’s Tuolomne Meadows, we found a high glacial tarn that was full of frogs. Everywhere we stepped, Pacific Tree Frogs hopped out of our way! And between rocks in the tarn were fat tadpoles. A thin ribbon snake slithered away through the rocks — doubtless, he was FULL of frogs. Later, a ranger told us that the reason this little lake had so many frogs while others had none was that this lake had no trout.

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