How Do Frogs Croak?


Frogs croak by having air fill its lungs, which then is expelled across the vocal chords. Similar to humans except when you watch a frog croak you can see them puff up so that the sound is amplified.
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When sitting on your porch on a hot summer night and you are surrounded by a sea of croaking frogs, you had no idea you were in the middle of dating show did you? That's right, frogs croak as a way of displaying their mating qualities to nearby females. A girl can tell a lot about a boy by the sound of his croak. For instance they can tell size and fertility of the male. This sign all comes from a small place in a frogs throat called the vocal pouch. These two slits at the bottom of their mouth allows air to pass over the vocal cords and lungs to make the sound louder or quieter.
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