January 1933 - I described the natives I had seen
He gave many examples including the little frogs who go rapidly through their cycle and as it dries up, store water in bladders and hibernate in the sides of the pool deep in the earth. The natives dig for them in dry times and get water from the bladders to drink. Kurt Johannson had already told me about this and dug a few out in the Krichauffs. The water was quite good.

I described the natives I had seen to Hezekiel and he said they could have been Pind-dgin-djara but could have been Arundta. No one thought that I could have seen the Olgas.