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Vintagevista

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Sun City, California, US

Cute and squeaky smile

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBkWhkAZ … edded#t=7s

All glory to the squeaky hypnofrog . . . .

Feb 19 13 02:13 pm Link

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OwenImages

Posts: 3844

Indian Rocks Beach, Florida, US

Awesome!  I have photographed a number of frogs in the wild, might even have a few on my website...but that I have not seen before.  Very cute!

Feb 19 13 03:33 pm Link

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GeM Photographic

Posts: 2400

Chicago, Illinois, US

Feb 19 13 06:19 pm Link

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John M Hoyt

Posts: 347

Greenville, South Carolina, US

Vintagevista wrote:
Cute and squeaky smile

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cBkWhkAZ … edded#t=7s

All glory to the squeaky hypnofrog . . . .

What a strange frog.  I can honestly say, I have never seen one like that before...

Feb 19 13 08:49 pm Link

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Vintagevista

Posts: 11446

Sun City, California, US

John M Hoyt wrote:

What a strange frog.  I can honestly say, I have never seen one like that before...

Yeah, I just picked the video off of Yahoo -

I would have thought it would make that noise - if you squeezed it. smile

On the other hand - the desert toads that show up here - get huge, when they soak up the water during the rainy season and they first emerge.  I assume this guy does the same thing.  You take advantage of the water when it is available.

Feb 19 13 09:59 pm Link

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Vintagevista

Posts: 11446

Sun City, California, US

gr - DP

Feb 19 13 09:59 pm Link

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Art Silva

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Santa Barbara, California, US

It's a live squeaky toy

Feb 19 13 10:03 pm Link

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Vintagevista

Posts: 11446

Sun City, California, US

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Feb 19 13 10:29 pm Link

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Jennifer Barker

Posts: 8010

Houston, Arkansas, US

It is adorable, I just love frogs  smile

Feb 20 13 03:30 am Link