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During the winter, 60 percent to 70 percent of a wood frog’s bodily fluids are frozen, according to the Department of Biology at Pennsylvania State University.
Spring peepers, wood frogs, gray tree frogs, and other amphibians head to these vernal pools and call out for mates.
One extreme example of this are wood frogs that live in Alaska.
Like hedgehogs and wood frogs, many beloved vehicles go into hibernation in the winter.
Each spring from March to early April, spotted salamanders, woods frogs, spring peepers, Jefferson salamanders and other small amphibians take a journey of one-quarter mile to seasonal vernal pools to lay their eggs.
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