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    Frog Monologue

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    'Mum! Mum! Come quickly!' called the little frog, hopping and skipping with excitement. 'Come and see the monster!' he called. 'It’s got two big spikes sticking out of its head and a funny brush thing at the other end and it goes ‘OARRR AGH! And it kicks frogs.' 'Not now dear,' said the little frog’s mother. 'Come on mum! Please!' Mother frog looked more closely at the little one. 'You’re Stanley, aren’t you?' 'No mum, I’m Zebadee.' 'Are you really? You all look so alike.' She had 247 children, and

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    How To Dissected Frogs

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    enjoyable educational activity I did at school. So today I’ve chosen to tell you guys about the time we dissected frogs in 7th grade. It was the funniest and the most smelliest activity I have ever done and I'll tell you why. There are a lot of reasons it was the funniest and the most smelliest activity. The first and obvious reason to why it smelled so bad was because of the frogs. The frogs had been in a bucket that was filed with a stinky preservation liquid all school year so when they opened the

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    The Pinocchio Frog also known as the Spike-Nosed Tree Frog was discovered in 2008 during an expedition through the Foga Mountains which are in Papua Indonesia. All frogs are known as amphibians which means that it’s a cold-blooded vertebrate that is in the same class as toads, newts, and salamanders. This frog is also known as the world’s smallest wallaby and is part of the family Hylidae. It was encountered by Paul Oliver, a herpetologist, who is a part of the Conservation International and the

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    Frog And Toad Essay

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    The children's book, Frog and Toad Together, might not have challenging language or plot lines, but it does have life lessons that can apply to real life situations for anyone from children to adults. In the book, Frog and Toad show the importance of being organized and having a plan. The first chapter, A List, shows us that life can become far easier when we have a plan for the future, but be careful not to be too organized. In the second chapter, The Garden, we learn that persistence is key. The

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    Aristophanes’ ‘The Frogs’ was first performed at the festival of Dionysus in 504BC, a year before the end of the Peloponnesian war, and was so well received it not only won the competition for comedy, but was also given an encore taking the form of a second performance in that same year. At the time of the plays performance Athens was run by an assembly of its citizens, in some ways comparable to a modern democracy, where any man who had completed two years of military service was able to vote. Politics

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    In the ‘Frogs’ and ‘Wasps’ written by the “eminently best” comedian of the fifth century, Aristophanes, we see he utilized humour to exact the important message that Athens is corrupt, and on the verge of chaos. The Athenian audience would expect to be thrust into a world of humour in the City Dionysia, somewhere parallel to their own (e.g. the Athenian jury in the ‘Wasps’, and the failings of the government in ‘Frogs’). It is vital, then, that Aristophanes conveys his political and social views

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    Due to the amount of artificial growth ingredients in pesticides, frogs can grow female and male reproductive organs even if they weren’t born to be that gender. Their growth hormones become discombobulated and start generating unnecessary things which produces transgender frogs, species with only male frogs, and species with only female frogs. Then, they can no longer repopulate within themselves. “According to the Center of Biological Diversity, 200

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    Essay on Poison Frog

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    Title: Experimental Evidence for Aposematism in the Dendrobatid Poison Frog Oophaga pumilio Authors: RALPH A. SAPORITO, RACHEL ZUERCHER, MARCUS ROBERTS, KENNETH G. GEROW, AND MAUREEN A. DONNELLY Journal: American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists Volume, year, pages: Copeia, 2007, pp. 1006–1011 Scientific Article Overview Download this document and type your answers after each question. For each question provide a brief but complete answer to the question (you should write

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    The corroboree frog is a native Australian frog found in the mountain ranges of the Kosciusko national park. There are two variations of the frogs inside the species these include the northern corroboree frog (NCF) and the southern corroboree frog (SCF). Historically scientist named these frogs based on where they were found in the Kosciusko national park. The NCF lives in the northern parks of Kosciusko national park, Namiadgi National park and Rinabella national park, as seen in the image below

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    Coqui Frog     Recently, an invasive and lilliputian frog has had a detrimental effect on the Hawaiian environment. Originally from Puerto Rico, the amphibian arrived in Hawaii and spread like a plague. Such a small frog cannot have that big of an impact, right? Wrong. The Coqui frog is a damaging invasive species of the Hawaiian islands due to its lack of natural predators and adaptability, dangerous eating habits, and its easy distribution among the state.     One reason the Coqui Frog is especially

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