Really, truly, actually frozen frogs

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This short film about American Wood Frogs makes interesting viewing.

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One Response to “Really, truly, actually frozen frogs”

  1. Questions from Richard « The Garden Pond Blog Says:

    […] Jeremy: I think the plants frozen in the ice will probably recover and snails probably not. As far as I know the water snails you find in Britain are not resistant to freezing, but I wouldn’t be completely surprised if there were a few exceptions. There is an American frog that does survive actual freezing, although our Common Frog does not. See the earlier post ‘Really, truly, actually frozen frogs‘. […]

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