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Tiny 3D (not printed) frogs

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Posted · Tiny 3D (not printed) frogs

I noticed, that it has become some kind of sport to print the smallest possible frog, e.g. like the ones in this forum http://www.printrbottalk.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=2755 so I decided to upload these pics of their real live equivalents. There are hundreds of them in our pond right now. The last one is a bit blurred (it's not easy to focus on these little guys before they decide to jump away) but i think it shows their size the best.

Tiny Frog 1

Tiny Frog 2

Tiny Frog 3

 

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