Giant bullfrogs are frightening:
The giant bullfrog is like Kermit on steroids. When it lunges — and South African frog expert Vincent Carruthers has seen it attack horses — it's a fearsome sight, squinting and baring the two fang-like front teeth in its gaping, shovel-like jaw.If you want to spice up your nightmares, here's videos of frogs eating mice:
Right now one giant bullfrog, slightly smaller than a dinner plate, is busily trying to mate with a female perhaps a tenth his size. But before the deed can be consummated, another male swaggers up and launches himself in toothy-jawed attack.
Orange limbs fly and bullfrog No. 1 almost loses his lady, but manages to clamber back on. Again his rival attacks. And again. And again.
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