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Installing the Darwin’s Frog Breeding Center, Day 8

We prowled the wonderful market in Santiago in search of bean beetles to start some of the food cultures for the frogs.

We prowled the wonderful market in Santiago in search of bean beetles to start some of the food cultures for the frogs.

The kaleidoscope of colors and aromas whetted our appetites.

The kaleidoscope of colors and aromas whetted our appetites.

And the fresh produce was a sight to behold!

And the fresh produce was a sight to behold!

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Too bad frogs can't arrange their eggs nicely in pyramids like these!

Too bad frogs can't arrange their eggs nicely in pyramids like these!

The outstanding restaurants inside the market proved too delicious to resist so we took an unforgettable lunch break.

The outstanding restaurants inside the market proved too delicious to resist so we took an unforgettable lunch break.

Hmmm.  Wonder if these might be good for amphibian transport?

Hmmm. Wonder if these might be good for amphibian transport?

Our return to the zoo took us past the aviary with huge raptorial birds like this Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle (Geranoaetus melanoleucus).

Our return to the zoo took us past the aviary with huge raptorial birds like this Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle (Geranoaetus melanoleucus).

More on the way…

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