Watch: Screaming frog is screaming


#1

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#2

Great. Instead of getting a good night’s sleep, I’ll be trying not think of that for the next 12 hours.


#3

Could be worse; there’s this (watch until 1:12 at least).

Here in Hawaii thanks to invasive species we now have to deal with the screams of coquis.


#4

Frog is deflating.


#5

Eh, half the Pokemon sound like that.


#6

I think that’s a toad not a frog…

This is what it sounds like when the Toad screams.

All Hail the Screaming Toad!

STOP TOUCHING ME…STOP TOUCHING ME.

Don’t let him Drive!


#7

This design looks somewhat primitive and feels like a v1.0 design. Needs polish.

@d_r, can you imagine if our coquis were the size of this fellow? I’m listening to the song of the coqui right now on the slopes of Hualalai.


#8

Worst Snooze Alarm Ever.

Do not buy.


#9

STOP TOUCHING THE FROG. How difficult is that to understand? Jesus fuck.


#10

I didn’t think that little town of Innsmouth, MA had gotten internet access yet. They always have been a very insular sort of community; but I suppose it’s nice to see them swapping baby videos on the internet just like everyone else!


#11

Bad touch!


#12

[quote=“VoxInSpatium, post:7, topic:59177”]
can you imagine if our coquis were the size of this fellow?[/quote]
Give it time, they might evolve bigger in the absence of natural predators.

I have to confess that where I am (on Oahu) coquis have not been a problem; they found one in my neighborhood, but it was in a nursery. We used to have a ton of bufos, but I haven’t seen a bufo in 10 years. My neighborhood is full of feral chickens, which are not exactly quiet.

I understand your stretch of the Big Island is rich in indigenous species; I hope the coqui doesn’t displace too many of them (the way overpriced hipster bistros have replaced all the good Thai take-aways near us).


#13

The hedgehog communicates the message better.


#14

Says a member of an invasive species…


#15

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