Wednesday, November 3, 2010;
Bet you didn't know . . .
-- Frogs shed their skin, typically about once a week -- and usually eat it afterward.
-- The water-holding frog survives in the dry Australian outback by taking in so much rainwater that it blows up like a balloon.
-- Spadefoot toads smell like peanut butter.
-- In Brazil, the world's only fruit-eating frog leaps with its mouth wide open at ripe fruit hanging in trees.
-- A group of frogs is called an army; a group of toads is a knot.