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Really, evolution? You’ve had 130 million years to work on the pignose frog, and this is the best you could do? Did you maybe boil it too long?
FYI: The pignose frog spends most of its life burrowed underground, emerging for only a few weeks every year to breed. Hey, there’s someone for everyone.
Next up, check out these 12 animal myths that you’ve probably believed before.
Striped leaf nosed bat
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Evolution accidentally dropped this bat on the floor but was too embarrassed to say anything so just pretended it was actually supposed to look like that.
FYI: Leaf-nosed bats’ nasal folds act like megaphones to amplify the high-frequency sounds they use to hunt. Their giant ears make excellent receivers—but they’re pretty embarrassing on school picture day.
And did you know that bats are actually extremely intelligent? Read up on these 8 animals that are smarter than you.