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Watch man wrap venomous snake around poisonous frog - then put them both in his mouth

Watch man wrap venomous snake around poisonous frog - then put them both in his mouth

Woman finds frog in Target salad mix, keeps it as pet

Woman finds frog in Target salad mix, keeps it as pet

Mother forces toddler to swallow live frogs to cure his epilepsy

Poor advice: The woman was advised to feed him frogs by friends, because she feared her son had epilepsy

Dead frog found in New York woman’s salad

A sandwich restaurant chain says it's looking into how a dead frog got into a customer's salad in New York on Monday. The customer found the small frog in her salad from a Pret A Manger store on Street and.

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Meet the frog that can sit on a thumbnail

From BBC News: Science and the Environment. This tiny frog can sit on your thumbnail.

Man Dies After Trying To Consume Snake Venom By Sucking On Snake Head

In this photo is a photo of a beautiful corn snake. He is about 39 inches long and is a very friendly and gentle snake. You could not ask for a better snake. Click the photo for the full story.

"HELP MUM!!" A polar bear cub gets tangled in an old fishing net on the frozen wastes of Kaktovik, Alaska. The bear began playing with the tackle after noticing it floating near the waters edge. The mammal spent over half an hour trying to escape from the rope while its mum took a nap nearby.

Pictures of the day: 18 November 2014

Give someone enough rope and they'll 'tangle' themselves! Hilarious moment polar bear cub gets tangled in piece of rope - Caters News Agency

Road to be closed for a month so hundreds of toads can cross it safely:    UK – A Lincolnshire road is set to be closed for a month so that toads can cross it in order to reach their breeding grounds.   The road near Sleaford will be out of service to vehicles so that the amphibians can reach their destination without being run over and volunteers are being sought to help the little critters across.

Road to be closed for a month so hundreds of toads can cross it safely: UK – A Lincolnshire road is set to be closed for a month so that toads can cross it in order to reach their breeding grounds. The road near Sleaford will be out of service to vehicles so that the amphibians can reach their destination without being run over and volunteers are being sought to help the little critters across.

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