The Crossroads of the Aether
Your point m'lady?
i watched the whole thing... anyone for frog legs?
For the record, he/she is a Gray Tree Frog (Hyla versicolor) or a Cope's Gray Tree Frog (Hyla chrysoscelis) -- these can typically only be distinguished by their calls and we hear more Cope's than regular frogs in our area. What makes Cope's frogs cool is that they are tetraploid, meaning they have four sets of chromosomes unlike most vertebrates that are dipoloid, with two sets.
glory to the hypnotoad
All hail hypno-toad for he is lord and master.
well......blast it all to hell!
Madame might I point out that I hold a degree not in zoology but in steam mechanics.
If my immortal soul were at stake I could not accurately define the differences between frog and toad.
A song writer as well! You, friend Wally, are a man of many talents. :-)
Huh? What even is this? I don't unders-
All glory to the mighty hypnotoad!