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Edinburg, TX

May 9, 2008
1:58 AM

Post #4926576


Great photos and description of the terrain. Ya'll have such a nice diversity of critters. Cute little frogs and lizards.

Why is it the critters in Texas either bite, sting, burn or do other things that hurt!?

Ya'll get malaria and we get dengue fever, west nile virus and encephalitis. Is there any benefit to mosquitoes? Wish I could find a way to get of the hordes in my yard!

~ Cat


Reunion (French)

May 9, 2008
12:29 PM

Post #4927914

Hey Cat,
Yes, diversity is the word and this was just a tiny part of Madagascar, could spend years there and keep discovering marvels!
Those Texas critters must be some Redneckus kind I reckon...
The only benefit for mosquitoes is that they feed bats which in turn make some nice manure.

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