Monday, February 07, 2005

What Kind of Frog Are You?

Take the "What Kind of Frog Are You?" quiz to find out which erm.. umm.. TOAD you are?

I'm a Common Toad!

The largest toad found commonly in Europe, the Bufo Bufo species can grow up to 20cm in length with a rotund body. Active mostly at night, this toad will walk about slowly, sometimes making short jumps, in search of insects, worms and other invertebrates. This makes it of great help to farmers. At the end of autumn it buries itself in the soil where it remains until good weather arrives again.

What kind of Frog are you?


I'm off to lick my back.

via The Presurfer

5 comments:

Merg said...

You are a White's Tree Frog

Also known as the Smiling Tree Frog or Dumpy Tree Frog due to the nature of its appearance, this frog is a very hardy creature and a favorite pet of amateur frog owners, although some pet owners complain that they are not active enough. These frogs love to eat, which can make them quite fat, hence their "dumpy" appearance. Unlike many frogs, these frogs do well with other frogs of their species and are fairly friendly. They like a warm and moderately humid habitat and eat larger insects like crickets, cockroaches, locusts, moths and beetles.

Yerrsssss. Not sure about "loving to eat" ... At least it's actually a frog. Allegedly.

ILuvNUFC said...

"You are a Common Toad

The largest toad found commonly in Europe, the Bufo Bufo species can grow up to 20cm in length with a rotund body. Active mostly at night, this toad will walk about slowly, sometimes making short jumps, in search of insects, worms and other invertebrates. This makes it of great help to farmers. At the end of autumn it buries itself in the soil where it remains until good weather arrives again."

There i go wasting my time again, same as mmChronic again.

mmChronic said...

You should just answer Ditto in future! ;)

So that's frogs outnumbered 2:1 by toads in the 'frog' quiz... ho hum. :)

Merg said...

Genetics at work once again!

bungers said...

I'm a red eyed tree frog!

Red-eyed tree frogs come from the warm and humid rain forests of Costa Rica in Central America. Some believe that their red eyes are a form of protection called "startle coloration". These frogs are very mellow during the day, and tend to be active only at night, so if the frog is awakened in the daytime, as might happen if a predator chanced upon it despite its excellent day time camouflage, the eyes pop abruptly open, hopefully startling the predator. This species tends to do better in a community of other red eyed tree frogs.