Meet a “Frogsicle”!


frog- Alaskan wood frogIn Alaska during the harsh winter, a wood frog’s body can freeze at temperatures as low as -16 degrees Celsius (3.2 degrees Fahrenheit) becoming living popsicles, before “thawing” out and hopping on their merry way once the weather changes.

To read more about the Alaskan Wood Frog, go to: http://www.care2.com/causes/alaska-protect-the-amazing-wood-frog-that-turns-into-a-frogsicle.html#ixzz3ciYp3GJF

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