Namaqua rain frog

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Pocatello

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So many Americans do this,permanently. They scare a lot of people, not just predators.
 

BUTCH1

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The constant wining sound is also for defense as it annoyed the attacker enough to want to leave..
 

Jeff7

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The constant wining sound is also for defense as it annoyed the attacker enough to want to leave..
I thought that it might sound threatening if it was slowed down, maybe like a lion growling...so much for that idea.
Even at very slow speeds, it still doesn't sound threatening. It sounds more like an rhinoceros moaning in agony after downing a few too many jugs of windshield wiper fluid.
A little faster than that, and it sounds like a sick cat.

At around 45% of normal speed, I think it could pass for a normal, hungry cat.
 

Skyclad1uhm1

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I thought that it might sound threatening if it was slowed down, maybe like a lion growling...so much for that idea.
Even at very slow speeds, it still doesn't sound threatening. It sounds more like an rhinoceros moaning in agony after downing a few too many jugs of windshield wiper fluid.
A little faster than that, and it sounds like a sick cat.

At around 45% of normal speed, I think it could pass for a normal, hungry cat.

It's an... original sound for a frog, let's keep it at that :D
 

tboo

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If I closed my eyes & listened to this video I would swear Japanese porn was playing.
 
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