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    Anyone interested please pm me and we'll work from there. I have plenty to go around-enough to make a small bonfire with.

    A tadpole would work fine in the pond but an adult bullfrog would not work in the tank with CP's.

    Another thing is that it would be best for me for people to take them in large lots. I'm not against shipping out one or two but it would simply be faster. More means a bit of security for you in case things happen and tadpoles don't need much anyway.

    It also saves them from eventual fate(think Ozzy's skink auction [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]).
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    Hi guys.I'm in Canada right and I asked for some of these tadpoles,but was told that it might be too expensive to ship to Canada,so does anybody know any info about that?Would I have to call the post office to see if they can ship live animals to me and how much it would be?Any info would be greatly appreciated [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img] Thanks guys! *Niki*
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    Yeah. Anyone with info on this would be most appreciated. I'm not worried as much about the cost as I am about legality of this. I suspect controls are tight since we got fruit taken from us when we bought it in Canada and had it in the car when we crossed to the US(or maybe vise versa).
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    check your local laws even here in the states. i do believe they were recently banned from being imported even here in Montana.
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    Hey folks, The Bullfrog tads may not be shipped to Canada. Additionally, there are many states out west where they can not be shipped. American Bullfrogs are an introduced species west of the rockies. Please don't ship Bullfrogs or Bullfrog tads to anywhere that is not their native range. It' a tad bit irresponsible.

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    Frog legs mmmm

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    Thanks for the info.*Niki*
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