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Buy Live Tadpoles and Pond Snails, when these arrive
1. Take them directly to the pond, Stay cool and in shade during the process. 
2. At the pond, open the bag and add some pond water to the bag. Up to 50%
3. Wait just 2 minutes for the water to acclimate and gently add animals to the water. Snails will sit around for some time but move over the next 10-18 hours. 
-Do not float bags or let acclimate for long periods of time, 
-Do not wait to add to the pond or open the bag to let fresh air in, we have used an oxygen tank and animals die more quickly from an opened bag and poor water than a sealed bag and poor water.
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Tadpole Description Bullfrog Tadpoles add character and ambiance to a water garden setting. Listening to the frogs singing in the springtime is joyful! Bullfrog Tadpoles are harmless and feed on mosquito larvae and algae in the pond. They also feed on any insect eggs before the eggs hatch.Eventually these tadpoles...
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Japanese Trapdoor Snails   Japanese Trapdoor Snails (pond snails, (Viviparous Malleatus) are algae eaters, feeding on the hairy algae that often grows in spring and summer. Japanese Trapdoor Snails produce 20-25 young in their lifetime, and do so over a number of years. Typically, you should see one snail per...
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