It sounds more like a pet’s squeaky toy, but this desert rain frog is hopping mad. The frog, which is endangered, lives on near coasts of Namibia and South Africa, in a total range of less than 2,000 square kilometres. This video comes from a BBC TV series called Super Cute Animals.
Originally published by Cosmos as The war cry of one very angry frog
Bill Condie is a science journalist based in Adelaide, Australia.
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