visit to snowy Saskatchewan, according to CBC news.A tree frog from Florida has made an impromptu
Staff at a Rona Home & Garden centre in Regina found the frog hopping around with a shipment from the sunshine state, according to the story. They handed the critter over to a wildlife rehabilitation worker named Jim Elliott, who said he thought it was a Cuban tree frog. He named it Rona.
Rona must have lost the map somewhere during the trip to the Prairies, or else the frog became curious about life without trees or warmth. In fact, there are trees in Regina but they were planted by hand, according to the Encyclopedia of Saskatchewan.
The weather forecast in the Saskatchewan capital is calling for snow until Saturday. Better bundle up, little froggy, because you might be staying awhile. Cuban tree frogs are invasive to Florida, according to the University of Florida's website for the department ofRead More »from Florida frog catches a ride to Saskatchewan garden store