I am trying to find something interesting about frogs. Can anyone interset me with creative discussion about frogs?
We absorb noisture through our skin. We can also utilise the extra oxygen. We cool
Any animal that can breathe from gills and then grow lungs has my eternal respect. Amphibeae rock!
Frogdropping, what happened to the hub about owning a dragon?? That was my go-to funny story.
Now I'm sad.
Um...OK...I have a 15 year old frog that we've had since he was a tadpole. He lives in my kitchen and he sings but usually only late at night. He doesn't care much for the cat or for being petted. I've never dropped him...
I see, where can we drop them exactly? Into a volcano thus making them fine roasted frogs. Or maybe we can drop them into a hole and see how smart they are on escaping? Or better, we can drop them from our lives. Haha
On a more serious note, the Cane Toad produces a toxin (bufotenin) which is a controlled substance in Australia.
PSA for the week: Don't go around licking random toads. They might kill you!
The absence or decreasing numbers of frogs in any area is an indication of an environmental problem...
they are the eco-guinea pigs...
There are two types of frog found on Tenerife - the Stripeless Tree Frog, which is the commoner of the two, and the Iberian Water Frog. You can hear the tree frogs singing in spring in the banana plantations where a lot of them live.
That's wonderful! Have anyone considered making frogs as their source of entertainment? Sometimes, I think that their croaks are beautiful to hear.
The village where I used to live had an annual frog migration, boy did the roads get slippery........................
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