Frogs Develop Biological Anti-Freeze

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While most animals will try to avoid freezing at all costs, some species of frog are actively encouraging it.

The wood frog (Rana sylvatica) is one of a handful of freeze-tolerant animals with adaptations to cope with freezing for up for 4 weeks. And within hours of defrosting the frogs are back to their usual selves again.

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