What a Fun Frog Surprise

by Rio S.
(Henderson, Nevada)

My boys found two small brown frogs. Immediately, we searched what type of food on the internet and began feeding them. Later that night we heard a barking noise. I took a flashlight thinking a dog might be lost or trapped. After searching and not finding the dog, we came back inside. As the barking continued, we felt bad we could not help this unknown/unfound dog outside. The next morning, I searched the internet again for tree frogs and to my surprise, found our frogs were Barking Frogs... What a cute surprise to have a dog and frog in one.

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Nice one. Wow where did u get that leave a reply to sanjaybhakta10@yahoo.com

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