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These little frogs hunt moths on the window at night. They are very fast and catch all the moths who are bumping around on the glass. They are tricky to photograph: it’s night time; the flash causes flare; and its too hard to set up a tripod high on the window. I’ve tried photographing them with my SLR with less success so I’m posting this iphone pic. 

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No shortage of food for them then.  😃

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That's a strange sight. You sure have some creatures over there.

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Fascinating.  You learn something every day.  Well caught.

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Well, that's certainly unusual....

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Thanks for the comments. You don’t have frogs climbing onto your windows at night to hunt? 

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You have hunting frogs, Dee has a family of kangaroos and Brian (remember Brian?) has cockatoos nesting in his dunny.

We have cold, damp, miserable looking people and an army of Traffic Wardens.

Funny ol' world innit?

Korky

BTW - I made that bit up about Brian's dunny. 

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Ha ha. You also have greenery. I was at Brian’s last week: the wallabies have been eating the pot plants in his new undercover entertaining area so he had enclosed it with an electric fence. 

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That's absolutely amazing.
I'm glad you were able to get a picture.

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You are lucky to get these where you can see them Cheryl. We have no windows that are low enough for then to be close to, so don't get your view. Good catch!

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