Wolverine Horror Frog Breaks It Own Bones For A Claw

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Wolverine Horror Frog Breaks It Own Bones For A Claw

The hairy frog or the horror frog as eloquently known is not only a strange looking creature in the animal kingdom. It also possesses a trait which as far as everyone knows is completely unique. When under aggression or needing to defend itself from a predator, the hairy frog will break its own toe ...

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