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Donotbelieve 9 July 20
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Great pics.

JimG Level 8 July 21, 2018
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Cute

Leafhead Level 8 July 20, 2018
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Is that a horned toad, the middle pic?

@Donotbelieve that is for sure, my vision is not the greatest, hard time telling what it is. Kind of cute though.

Horned Toads, or more accurately, Horned Lizards, are actually reptiles.
You'd recognize them as lizards because they have tails and scales and toads do not.
Horned Lizards live in the American SW

@Leafhead I used to play with them when I lived in new Mexico. They were cool and fun to watch, kind of like dinosaurs, though small.

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What's the difference between critters and varmints?

Sairavana Level 6 July 20, 2018

one smells minty?

I think critters take a special shampoo to get rid of, and varmints get into your trash.

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Oh cool critters!

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