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Hippity hoppity

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Sounds like a plan 2 comments
happy_frog · 17 hours ago
Great idea. Just remember 55 times a day is the limit. And have plenty of water and zinc supplements nearby.
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Happy lamb 3 comments
happy_frog · 21 hours ago
"Finally! A worthy opponent! Our battle will be legendary!"
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Froggo Fren #35/Spooktober Day 14 - Surinam Horned Frog 1 comments
happy_frog · 1 day ago
"Ceratophrys cornuta" - also called the Amazonian horned frog. The only thing bigger than their mouth is their voracious appetite. They will eat lizards, mice and even other frogs (including other horned frogs) Even the tadpoles will attack other tadpoles of both their and other species. No surprise, as they related to the extinct (but just as voracious) devil frog. (What dat mouth do? It eat u)
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She’s a demon 4 comments
happy_frog · 1 day ago
Or, CIA agent... So I've heard... from... sources unknown.
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Sometimes Germans invent the wurst things 3 comments
happy_frog · 1 day ago
I've been to Germany once. It was a total sausage fest.
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Hey! Baby 4 comments
happy_frog · 1 day ago
Woah grand-mama!
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Froggo Fren #34/Spooktober Day 13 - Plague of Frogs 2 comments
happy_frog · 1 day ago
"'I send the swarm, I send the horde!'
Thus say the Lord."
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Though not quite as biblical, thousands of frogs were on the move on May 5th, 2008, in China. The cause seems to have been them sensing the earthquake that hit a week later. (That, or maybe it was because the Chinese president - Winnie the Pooh - wouldn't let the people of Hong Kong go)
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Smash Mouth’s All Star, translated to Aramaic, then translated back to English 1 comments
happy_frog · 2 days ago
"There was one who said unto me
Whether I may not kill some coin for air.
'I must depart this area.'
I replied: 'Yay! Such a notion!
I may use a small combustible for my person,
And all of us may use a minor modification.'"
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Grey boi knows his place 14 comments
happy_frog · 2 days ago
Oh, trust me. This sparks the most joyous of joy.
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Why 21 comments
happy_frog · 2 days ago
Crappière.
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The more you know 6 comments
happy_frog · 2 days ago
I don't know. Seems like a lot of BS to me.
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Froggo Fren #33/Spooktober Day 12 - Vampire Flying Frog 2 comments
happy_frog · 3 days ago
"Rhacophorus vampyrus" - bleh! I vant to drink your... eggs? Yeah, they don't really go for blood. But the tadpoles of this Vietnamese tree frog do have fangs on their lower jaw, and they do eat any unfertilized eggs in their clutch. (If you're in a forest in Vietnam and the trees start speaking ribbit, you better run)
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Grey boi knows his place 14 comments
happy_frog · 3 days ago
Respect the aloe, and frogs will follow. Such say the ancient texts.
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Oh noooo 3 comments
happy_frog · 3 days ago
I can't... believe it!
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Spiders and frogs 3 comments
happy_frog · 3 days ago
Hasn't this already been posted? Not that I mind; always happy to see tiny frog.
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Play the Xanax Blues 4 comments
happy_frog · 3 days ago
"You play it, you get $100.000.000. But 100.000.000 people will die."
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Doot that thing! 1 comments
happy_frog · 3 days ago
Best time of the year for doot.
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Froggo Fren #32/Spooktober Day 11 - Reticulated Glass Frog 2 comments
happy_frog · 4 days ago
"Hyalinobatrachium valerioi" - also called the La Palma glass frog. Found in Colombia and Ecuador, this frog does not shatter under pressure. In fact, males are known to guard their egg clutches 24 hours a day. (You may think you can see right through them. But if you take a closer look, you'll find they definitely got guts)
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You'r god damned right 2 comments
happy_frog · 4 days ago
Heisenberg.
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Fingernails 6 comments
happy_frog · 4 days ago
We get it. No need to hammer it in.
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The Germans are big on descriptive words 12 comments
happy_frog · 4 days ago
Genauso. Ist Deutsch nicht ein wunderschöne Sprache?
Tatra mountains, poland 3 comments
happy_frog · 4 days ago
Cozy.
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Froggo Fren #31/Spooktober Day 10 - Brrrraaaiiinnnsss! 9 comments
happy_frog · 5 days ago
Very good question. I'm by no means an expert (just a frog fan), but as far as I can tell it's because they're fairly wide-spread (at least they were in the 50's) and because they're easy to keep and breed (much like lab mice) Also, they're valuable in other areas of study as well. For instance, some of the enzymes they produce could be used to treat brain and lung tumors.
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Froggo Fren #31/Spooktober Day 10 - Brrrraaaiiinnnsss! 9 comments
happy_frog · 5 days ago
The brain of a northern leopard frog (Lithobates pipiens, or Rana pipiens in some sources) This brave and noble frog's noodle has been the subject of much research since the 1950's. In fact, some the earliest data in neuroscience comes directly from studying it. (NSFW, 'cause some people are put off by the idea of brains)
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Froggo Fren #30/Spooktober Day 9 - Glowy Flying Skelly 3 comments
happy_frog · 5 days ago
An X-ray of a Wallace's flying frog (Rhacophorus nigropalmatus) Truly, this shows that they posses both inner and outer beauty. (Also, just in case you thought bat skeletons weren't scary, imagine these swooping around at night)
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