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19th February 2012, 02:15
Hi All,
Please check out: Study Shows Frogs go far Beyond “Croaking” (Emei Music Frogs)

A recent study has challenged what we know, or thought we knew, about frog communication. Researchers were astonished to discover that the calls of male Emei Music Frogs, (Babina daunchina) inform females of such details as the length and width of the singer’s burrow. Read article here: Frog Communication - Study Shows Frogs go far Beyond Croaking | That Reptile Blog (http://blogs.thatpetplace.com/thatreptileblog/2012/02/17/frog-communication-study-shows-frogs-go-far-beyond-croaking/)
Comments and questions appreciated,

Thanks, Frank

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