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WALES IN A WEEK ... 2 Great Welsh Newts.

OK, so tell me about these newts, toads and frogs.

Actually, I don't need to. Why not? You'll be able to call a special phone line soon to find out all about them.

Courtesy of the Countryside Council for Wales.

I can't wait. Don't get too excited. I tried a test version the other day and it wasn't very informative.

No? `Fraid not. Just a lot of croaking and then some guy comes on the line and apologises for not being able to speak clearly.

What was his problem? He had a frog in his throat, apparently.
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Feb 3, 2004
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