RTÉ interviewed the Tyrone teenager looking after tadpoles during lockdown – here’s what you need to know
In lockdown Hannah McSorley shot to TikTok fame thanks to daily videos of the tadpoles she is looking after in a kiddie’s pool in her back garden.
She started off with a tongue-in-cheek estimate of ‘37,930 tadpoles’ just 79 days ago which have grown in recent weeks and will soon be froglets.
This Tyrone teenager tending to thousands of tadpoles in a paddling pool in her garden during lockdown has become a star on TikTok 🐸 🐸🐸(Tap for best view on mobile) pic.twitter.com/egWc6rVeJ6— RTÉ News (@rtenews) June 11, 2020
She has amassed over nine million likes on TikTok, and over half a million followers.
Here’s a glimpse of the journey so far:
This is where the 37,930 figure came from:
They’re starting to swim:
Some of the frog babies didn’t make it:
How to find your own frog spawn!
The tadpole queen gives her baby frogs a castle:
Fans also voted for a tadpole president: