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excrept 13



Smaller frogs in the same taxonomic category, which didn't hinder the drainpipe, it is likely that they made it through the pipe line. Living to see the light, at the end of the tunnel, possibly into the sea. Contamination’s final destinations.

Nevertheless, nothing, absolutely nothing, could have stopped us from enjoying our playing activities, while the pool was closed for cleaning. This was summer vacation after all! Short duration cogitation, always led us to creation. And being creative, always payed off.

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