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Normally, as the full moon approached, more and more toads would come down to a shallow pool at the lake’s edge from the surrounding hills to breed.
Originally posted by veiledvisitor
I would note the direction they are traveling. It would be wise to follow them.
Originally posted by Dynamitrios
Greek poster here, no significant EQs here (yet), also no volcanic eruptions, saw the froggies in the local news yesterday, but i thought they were a good sign, cause frogs are always an indicator of a functioning and strong ecosystem.
Aaaalso they were pretty small and propably were just migrating from birthplace to foodplace, but im neither a zoologist, nor a geologist (eq-wise).
The mayor said, it happened in the past too.
Originally posted by FermiFlux
reply to post by Libertygal
Yes, it is most definitely normal for Greece to have 2-3+ small EQs per day.
Though I do find the animal know-how before a catastrophic event rather spooky, I will be watching this rather closely. Who knows, there could be a link between this and the underwater caldera off the coast of Italy.