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Froggo Fren #59 - Northern Leopard Frog 1 comments
happy_frog · 4 hours ago
"Lithobates pipiens" - the North remembers. Previously featured as a brain during Spooktober, this frog has been pivotal in medical research for over half a century. They get their name from the spots on their back (obviously). However, one color variety called the burnsi morph does not have spots on their back, though they still show up on their limbs. (Despite having been studied extensively, their figure skating abilities were only recently discovered. Pictured: A solo performance of 'Mister Toad's Wild Ride' on ice)
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This Cursed Etsy listing 7 comments
happy_frog · 21 hours ago
Oh cool. Could always use more Guild Navigators. The spice must flow!
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The council shall decide your fate 1 comments
happy_frog · 1 day ago
Upvoted for Frog Council.
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Froggo Fren #58 - Indomitable Snow Frog 2 comments
happy_frog · 1 day ago
Does love conquer all? It might for our old friend, the European common frog (Rana temporaria) seen here displaying an uncommon dedication while roaming the French Alps in search of a mate. (Title and pic from the National Geographic site)
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Casual llamma having a rrest 1 comments
happy_frog · 1 day ago
"It's not a phase, mom."
Froggo Fren #57 - Common Toad 2 comments
happy_frog · 2 days ago
"Bufo bufo" - like Moto Moto, but less chunky. So, yeah. Can't believe it took me this long to get to the most well-known toad species. Though their fame is rooted in infamy. Throughout history, they've been considered an animal of ill omen. There is some truth to that, as a single toad does possess enough poison to kill one human (if the human in question decided to swallow the toad whole) However, the very same poison (called bufotoxin) is used to treat heart failure. (Apparently, they also have great vocal talents, as they sometimes perform in choirs alongside wizard children)
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The circle of life 1 comments
happy_frog · 2 days ago
The rare butt-ercup in full bloom.
Amazonia prime 1 comments
happy_frog · 2 days ago
I mean, yeah. Minus the halo.
For sunset lovers 6 comments
happy_frog · 2 days ago
I love a different Sunset, but these are nice too.
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Was posted to a pun page, but felt genuinely wholesome 5 comments
happy_frog · 2 days ago
You are bat mom, but this does not mean you are bad mom.
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Hotfix 1 comments
happy_frog · 2 days ago
What about cheques?
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Froggo Fren #56 - Cascades Frog 1 comments
happy_frog · 3 days ago
"Rana cascadae" - winter? snow problem. Found throughout the Pacific Northwest (and named for the Cascade Mountain Range), these frogs feature anywhere from 3 to 50 dark patches on their back (making them quite easy to spot) It's believed the peptides they secrete may have medicinal applications. Despite their wide distribution, their populations seem to be declining, and they are classified as Near Threatened. (Their favorite songs to play on Spotify are those by Cascada. They don't know why, but without you it's hard to survive. It's as if they need a miracle)
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Froggo Fren #55 - Moor Frog 3 comments
happy_frog · 3 days ago
"Rana arvalis" - the moor you know. Despite their name, they are found in a wide variety of habitats, ranging from forests to steppes to semi-desserts to even tundras. Normally they are reddish-brown in color, but males can turn a bluish hue (as pictured) for 2-3 days a year. (This usually happens after being rejected by a female, and is generally accompanied by the male curling up into a ball)
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Froggo Fren #54 - Boreal Chorus Frog 1 comments
happy_frog · 5 days ago
"Pseudacris maculata" - fo' real, they're boreal. They're found in some parts of the United States, and throughout Canada as far north as the southern Yukon. Like most frogs living in colder climates, they deal with it by burying themselves in vegetation on the forest floor, and partially freezing themselves. When spring arrives, they're usually among the first animals to emerge. Their call has been described as low and metallic. (It is thought the reason for this is their innate love of Swedish death metal)
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Oi mate fancy a subtitah? 2 comments
happy_frog · 5 days ago
You 'avin' a giggul der, mate?
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All y'all 2 comments
happy_frog · 6 days ago
"Hey, man, that's not cool."
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Froggo Fren #53 - Wood Frog 3 comments
happy_frog · 6 days ago
'Rana sylvatica" - the frogsicle. Found throughout most of Canada and the Eastern United States, this tiny forest frog does not fear the frost. When temperatures begin to drop, they can freeze up to 65% of their body in order to survive. That's right, they literally put themselves on ice (unlike Jeffrey Epstein) They do this by generating glucose, as well as urea which prevent their cells from suffering damage from the ice crystals. (Contrary to popular belief, sucking on them will not cure any ailments. Please do not engage in non-consensual frozen frog fellatio)
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Hashire sori yo~ 2 comments
happy_frog · 6 days ago
Dread it, run from it, Padoru arrives all the same.
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F's in the chat 5 comments
happy_frog · 1 week ago
Damn. This reminds me of "The Little Match Girl" ending.
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Chameleons make me happy :D 13 comments
happy_frog · 1 week ago
Paladin, Barbarian, Warrior: The Class Chameleon.
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I dont get it 7 comments
happy_frog · 1 week ago
It's "checkmate." Like "Check, mate."
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Well, they probably haven't met his cautious cousin, Safe Lee 4 comments
happy_frog · 1 week ago
Don't forget his army cousin who likes to make broad statements: General Lee.
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I have no shame 1 comments
happy_frog · 1 week ago
If he's got no shame, there's no point in trying to shame him, is there?
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Tell us your most useless piece of advice 26 comments
happy_frog · 1 week ago
"Licking doorknobs is illegal on other planets."
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Hello, goose friend 3 comments
happy_frog · 1 week ago
Huh, so peace was an option.
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