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Old 01-18-2013, 05:33 PM   #16
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tree frogs they go in through the vents, looking for water / moisture. cover the vents with some type of screen make something up so the line can breath but the frogs can get in. i find them all the time in the lines and vents, may just have one on video somewhere in my files.

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wait a minute this thread is old as Methuselah who brought it back to life!!!
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Tree frog that climbed high and fell in the vent. - We had tree frogs everywhere in VA at some times of the year. A screen on the top of the vent eliminates minor critters like birds and squirrels.

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That made me laugh
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This thread did help, thanks. I finally saw the frog between the toilet seat and sprayed amonia on him. It jump into the water and I flushed, never did open the lid though. I did flush again and he did slip down to the septic tank. I did not intend to harm any frogs here, but they really really scare me. I hope I don't have any more company. Thanks again

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