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Flying Frog

About Flying Frog

Despite their name, Flying Frogs cannot fly, but they can glide from tree to tree. They use their large, webbed hands and feet for control as they glide through the air. They also act as parachutes.

Flying Frogs lay their eggs high up in the trees of the rain forests where they live. The frogs make foam nests to they their eggs in. They make this foam by mixing mucus with rainwater.