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Garden Hortiscopes & History: Raining pink frogs

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October 24, 2009
4:13 PM

Post #7203535

Now that is something you don't see (or read about) everyday!
Houston, TX
(Zone 9a)

October 25, 2009
4:35 AM

Post #7205769

How odd!!!

October 25, 2009
4:46 AM

Post #7205810

I thought so & thank you Marilyn!
And, just so my post has some semblance of being made by a sane person I guess I should document why I made it
"Today in history: October 24
1987: A rain of pink frogs fell on Stroud, in Gloucestershire England. The frogs were actually albinos (their blood vessels made them appear pink), but it is unclear where they originated from."

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