Meet the desert rain frog otherwise known as the Breviceps macrops. They live in the deserts of Namibia and South Africa where they burrow in the moist sand, which covers their unusual transparent underbelly! This tiny creature has a very distinctive croak, which sounds an awful lot like a squeaky toy to to a human’s ear, but is actually the war cry of a very angry frog. So ferocious! So cute!
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Cool and smart, Ross the Frog from our Tug & Squeak Collection will be a great companion for your pet. He will keep your four-legged friends active and entertained for hours with his fabulous squeak and appealing ropes. With a 3-colored, durable cotton rope through his head,your playful dogs will definitely burn extra calories and expend tons of energies. This toy is designed to make playtime a great way to develop trust between you and your dogs. Made with embroidered details, Ross has a soft, non-toxic, and durable plush fabric, which covers the cotton rope and an awesome squeaky ball inside its head!
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My dog watches a video on Laughing Squid of the Namaqua Rain Frog and he's pretty sure that it's a squeaky toy that he can't get, so he's quite upset.
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MaxS Dog Chew Toy Fluffy Squeaky Frog Pet Dog Teeth Clean Toy Suitable for Medium or Small Breed Dogs *** Find out more about the great product at the image link. Note: It's an affiliate link to Amazon. The Namaqua rain frog is the sort of animal that behaves exactly the way you'd expect its bathtoy likeness on sale in a zoo gift shop to behave — it squeaks. The adorable squeaking you're melting over serves as the frog's mating call. It also seems like just the sort of noise that would drive domestic dogs and cats into insane murder frenzies.Small animals are sometimes compared with squeaky toys. A particularly apt example is the , the subject of a widely viewed video titled "World's Cutest Frog," regularly described as making a noise like a squeaky toy. The resemblance is enhanced by the fact that the frog vocalizes by inflating its body, and then exhaling (relatively) large quantities of air, as if being squeezed. The calls of certain birds have also been compared to squeaky toys; in particular those of the , , and of North America, and the of southeast Asia.This is the desert rain frog, and sadly this living squeaky toy is listed as “vulnerable” in the IUCN Red List of Threatened species. These guys are rare indeed as their total habitat is less than 770 square miles. The frogs are disappearing as their habitat is getting smaller and smaller due to opencast diamond mining in the area.