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Colin says: The ponds which are too overgrown to support fish make idea breeding grouds for several species of Toads.
Hougenai says: The amphibians present on N Walney are;Common Frog, Common toad, Natterjack toad and Palmate newt. Reptiles;only Common lizard is native. Slow worms have been illegally introduced during 2007 Hougenai
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