Has It Ever Rained Frogs?


It has never rained frogs. This happened 1939, when tiny frogs showered over Wiltshire, England. It is believed they can be sucked up by extremely powerful updrafts, tornadoes, or waterspouts so that they can fall down as rain. As recently as 1998, falling frogs have been reported in Llanddewi, Wales and Croydon.
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Raining animals is an extremely rare, but documented occurrence. Animals are most likely picked up by extremely strong winds and deposited elsewhere. The most common animals rained are fish, frogs, toads and birds.
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