Water Tigers in the Cottage Garden

June 9, 2006 @ 4:27 am | Filed under: Nature Study

The gentle lasses at Alice’s Cottage Garden know that Mother Nature can be as bloodthirsty as she is beautiful. Today they bring us an underwater predator called the Water Tiger, who proves that even a plastic cup can be fraught with danger—if you’re a tadpole. Complete with a video clip! And original poetry!


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  1. Lissa, you’re great! Thanks for the link!

    It always cracks me up how completely undisturbed the “gentle lasses” are by creepy crawlies, no matter how hideous!