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May 31, 2013


The loud croaking of the Cuban tree frog (Osteopilus septentrionalis) can disrupt communication of other frogs in the area, a new study has found.

(Thanks to Jay Brandes)


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More bad behavior by males trying to mate. Same in all species.

In this case the U.N. is in Kenya.

Blame Obama, obviously.

The other boy bands will just have to sing a little louder.

My friend used to be a Morse Code operator during WWII in Burma. All day long, they strained to tell their own longs and shorts from the other operators in the tent, and then, every night, there was The Morse Code bird. It tweeted longs and shorts all night long as their tired minds tried not to make words out of them.

Wild thing....
You make my heart sing....
You make everything.....

Wait, that was The Trogs, not the Frogs.


No, that's the Rock Bottom Remainders.

Loud croaking = the end of a bad actor.

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