Incredible Frogs
Year: 2014
Run-Time: 1 x 50 min.

Directed by Benjamin G. Hewett

A co-production by Earth Touch, Smithsonian Networks and ORF
Available for German speaking Europe

Languages: English (ORIGINAL) , German (DUBBED) , German (SUB TITLE)
Format: 16:9
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Incredible Frogs

Die fabelhafte Welt der Frösche

For tens of millions of years amphibians dominated life on Earth - some of them the size of crocodiles, then in the role of apex predators. Today the freakish predatory properties of many frogs are alive and well. This film examines some of the most bizarre frog species across the globe and reveals starting new behaviors unique to this much-maligned species. Frogs can survive with their weird and wonderful adaptations in all extremes - adaptations that range from claws of bone and glass skin to antifreeze blood, or the ability to give birth to fully developed froglets out of their back. From the jungles of South America to the swamps of Africa, we encounter some of Earth's strangest creatures: frogs that flee from their enemies by falling from rock to rock and playing dead, like the Darwin's frog; others that are killers themselves, like the poison dart frog, the most toxic creature on earth.
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