Wednesday, 11 January 2012


I thought we would be a bit different this year,  I will see what I can find out about frogs.  Our family love frogs, we have a sign on the back of the car  'CAUTION:   WE STOP FOR FROGS.'
So this is the first frog I chose for you to examine:

Blue Poison Arrow Frog (Dendrobates azureus) One of the largest poison arrow frogs, up to 2" long, this frog is found only in a single partially wooded savannah region of Surinam. It was discovered in 1969. A spawning frog lays just 4-6 eggs under leaves by a pool. Fortunately, these rare frogs have been successfully bred in captivity.

Now that was interesting,  look for more enlightenment on Frogs.  

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