Thursday, June 26, 2008

Woolgirl Sock Club Contest #2

I too, spent way to much time on this. The answers were not easy to find! I hope they are correct!

1. This is the answer I found from Wikipedia for question number 1. "The genus Hyla is one of approximately 38 genera in the New World family of tree frogs (Hylidae). The word Hyla translates to "tree," and tree frogs are indeed arboreal." Hyla means tree.

2. Most tree frogs lay their egges in shallow water.

3. The American green tree frog grows up to 2.5 inches. Austrailian tree frogs can be up to 4 inches.

When my son was younger (now 20 years old) he had a frog collection...plastic frogs, hats, stickers, etc. I think he will be the recipient of the latest sock club socks. Size 13 feet!

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