Why I Started Taking Cues From Green Tree Frogs In My Daily Life

Particularly, the lady frogs: they’ve evolved to filter out unwanted noise.

Olive green female American green tree frog (hyla cinerea) half-asleep and peeking out of a hollowed out log with leaves to her left
This adorable photo of a female green tree frog, hyla cinerea, was taken by Olaf Leillinger on Wikimedia Commons. I love and chose this picture because of that look on her face that just says “I’ve had enough of this shit.”

Amphibians are endlessly fascinating. As the Internet’s “crazy toad lady”, I may be a bit biased in that statement. But even if you’re not as familiar with, let alone passionate about, herpetology as I am, there’s a chance that…

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Game dev, writer, small biz & tax consultant to indie devs. Above all, socialist childfree shitposting crazy toad lady from The Fucking Bronx www.sonictoad.com

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Game dev, writer, small biz & tax consultant to indie devs. Above all, socialist childfree shitposting crazy toad lady from The Fucking Bronx www.sonictoad.com

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