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My indoor pond

By 13th April 2020April 15th, 2020No Comments

I recently read this amusing blog post from Kathleen. I have a real love of a proper wildlife pond and I spent many happy hours as a child watching and fishing around looking for different creatures ranging from toads and newts to pond skaters and water beetles, desperately hoping to find a dragon fly larvae. This was one reason why, when I decided to get classroom pets, I went for newts and toads. They now live in my flat, and as I don’t have a garden, they act as my little indoor pond.

I decided to record a video blog, or vlog, explains a bit about this subject. I should stress that the animals were captive bred, not taken from the wild (you should not do this). I did lots and lots of reading and research into looking after them properly. Feel free to send any questions or comments.

You can watch the vlog directly on YouTube here.

This post was originally published on Richard’s blog here.

Richard Holme

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