Monday, 20 July 2020
Pagan Eye: Two Frogs and a Newt in a Garden
The two frogs and a newt were discovered by Mark Jones when he was weeding his garden. He said the frogs were about the size of his thumb and he found them underneath some greenery.
You can tell the difference between a frog and a toad because frogs have smooth, wet skin and toads have warty, dry skin. This looks to me like a common frog. They are very useful in the garden because they eat slugs and snails. I'm not quite sure what type of newt it is. If you can identify it, do leave a comment. Please also let me know what wildlife you are seeing in your garden.
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The photo is copyright Mark Jones.
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