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I posted this on Turtledesk by @yellowfuzzyduck! (I’m a contributor.) I know this has nothing to do with frogs but still…

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Turtledesk

Try to be like the turtle—at ease in your own shell.

Bill Copeland

Hello everyone! I’m greenfuzzyfrog, over at Rubberfroggies. I’ve never done guest posting before, but since this is a post on Turtledesk, I decided to write a short poem about turtles. I am so excited to share it with you, and any feedback is welcome. Thank you yellowfuzzyduck for this opportunity!

Peeking through a hard

brown

shell

Crawling on the soft

white

sand

Swimming in the blue

sunlit

sea—

turtles.

Photo credit: Pexels on Pixabay.

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them summer frogs

Summer starts in only 5 days! Yay!

Because summer (in my opinion) is the hottest season, it reminds me of deserts (like the sahara. Not city deserts)… But not only snakes and lizards live there! Our favorite animal lives there, and it is called a FROG! You know that.

So today I will be listing the top 3 coolest frogs that live in the desert (in my opinion)!

3: Desert Rain Frog

This frog is considered the cutest frog in the world, but I do prefer the red-eyed tree frog. Just look at that smile. Anyway, I like it because of its call. There are videos on it. Maybe people think it’s cute because it is plump (I like that word better than ‘fat’ because frogs should never be called fat. Also, plump is a cuter word). It looks like it is covered in sand. In fact, it is [usually] covered in sand.

2. Colorado River Frog

This frog lives in Colorado rivers (I think that’s obvious). It has a lot of poison. A lot lot of poison. Enough poison to kill a full grown dog (site: Simon’s blog park). It has come from monsoons in Arizona that have turned pretty much everything into bodies of water. So That’s what’s pretty cool about it; but it’s mostly the poison that it’s known for (though terribilis has the most).

1. Australian Green Frog

This frog is pure AWESOME. It lives in Australia (I think it’s pretty obvious). It is green (I think that’s also pretty obvious). It lives in places with NO rain at all; yet it still survives. It captures fog from the air and then when the fog turns to water, it absorbs it (frogs don’t drink; they absorb stuff from their skin).

Enjoy your summer!

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them awesome frog fact

Hi! I have three things to say:

  1. Sorry for not posting in like a month.
  2. It’s been a really busy one!
  3. I LEARNED AN AWESOME FROG FACT!!!

You should know that frogs hibernate like a lot of others. When they do, the bones shed into a new set. And speaking of shedding, this sounds weird… frogs DO shed skin. And speaking of skin, frogs don’t drink water from their mouths. They absorb it from their skin. And speaking of water, there’s a frog that lives underwater for pretty much its whole life and it skin gets SUPER wrinkly. And speaking of living somewhere, I could live on frog facts.

I know this was kind of random but there’s another cool (not cool when you look at it) thing:

Last year a bunch of frogs were discovered and they were almost all less than the size of your fingernail. Some of the frogs are going extinct ALREADY! So happy SUPER LATE Save the Frogs Day and enjoy your summer. Happy posting!

Credits for figuring out about the new frogs: New Frogs! AWESOME WEBSITE! (opinion by greenfuzzyfrog)

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them frog search engine

So there is this website called Mystart where you can choose another creative home page thing for the internet, and there is a frog one. Each time you open a new tab, the theme changes unless you click on the new tab button a bunch of times at once. So here is the frog one:

The frog search engine

I use this thing on my home page, too. To get other themes click on the squiggly circle  in the top right corner that says “my” in cursive.

Also, thank you for your patience. I am still working on Versatile Blogger Award and Black Cat Blue Sea Award; Apologies for being delayed.

them frog of the season (2)

It’s spring! Hurray! The frog of the season is…

 

The Spring Peeper.

You probably know why.

The spring peeper, also known as the chorus frog, is in the Hylidae family and in the phylum Chordata. Its scientific name is Pseudacris Crucifer. It is a nocturnal frog that eats beetles, ants, flies, and spiders. It lives in damp forests. As a tadpole and an adult, it is easily eaten :(.