Frozen Wood Frog

The hearts of the Alaskan wood frog actually stop while the frogs are frozen in winter, but they hop away unharmed in the spring.

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Key Facts In This Video

  1. Wood frogs live farther North than any other frog. 00:23

  2. See a frog frozen solid at -3 degrees Celsius: 00:35

  3. Watch a frog gradually warm and spring to life: 00:47

Written by Curiosity Staff February 1, 2015

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