The Frogs That Wanted a King - 1921 was released on: USA: 27 November 1921
If a frog really wanted to, I'm sure it could hibernate for as long as it wanted! But frogs usually only hibernate for the winter months.
The fable is part of a collection of fables credited to Aesop, a slave and story-teller who lived in ancient Greece between 620 and 560 BCE. The main message of the fable is to always stop to think whether your fun may be the cause of another's unhappiness.
The Frogs by Aristophanes was written and performed at the Lenea in 405 BC. The political situation in Athens at the time was fraught with danger and uncertainty. This was mostly due to their long battle with Sparta and her allied forces known as the Peloponnesian war. The Athenians were confined to their city as Spartan forces has permanently encamped at Decelia in the Attica(the area surrounding Athens). Their only hope at the time was to look up to the government for support and guidance. In the Parabasis of the Frogs, Aristophanes voices his personal concerns regarding the Athenian political system. As at the time it was run by Alcibiades, the nephew of Pericles, Aristophanes would have hoped the blood line of good political ethics would run through Alcibiades, and he would choose for Athens to fight to the bitter end. In saying this it also reflects his desire for the days when the Marathon men would return and run Athens and bring peace, rather than politicers like Cleon who encouraged war.
Kissing prince frogs...
It won't actually be a good idea to try and get a frog in your home but if you wanted to, probably get what frogs eat and place it on you window or something.
People tend to think of frogs and spiders as nasty creatures and recoil from the thought of touching them. So this dream suggests that the dreamer is repulsed by something or some situation in real life.
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You can't but why would you want to?! My suggestion is if you wanted it dead,find a wild one, kill it?
Some frogs are very adaptable to basically any situation, so it depends on the frog species. Most frogs are fairly flexible, but the one thing they probably can't adapt to very well is new predators.
The lion and his three counselors. The frogs desiring a king. The a** and the grasshopper. One of the most well known ones is the tortoise and the hare.
Buying a cover for the pool should take care of the situation. As long as it fits the pool properly
One of those freaky psychedelic frogs from S. America; no, two.
In the fairy tales of Western Europe and the Americas, frogs might be enchanted princes. So dreams containing frogs could represent the hope that some thing or situation (or person) that appears unattractive and disappointing might ultimately become something (or someone) wonderful.
No. Frogs are just frogs what's the difference?
Biotic factors are living creatures or their remains that have an effect on a given situation. Abiotic factors are nonliving, nonorganic items that have an effect on a given situation. For instance, in describing the loss of frogs from a pond, a biotic factor may be the introduction of a non-native species that hunted the frogs to local extinction. An abiotic factor may be an increase in water pH caused by increased sulfuric acid levels due to acid rain.
Frogs eat grasshoppers. At least i know bull frogs and wood frogs do.
Frogs start out as tadpoles and then they develop into jumping frogs. They start life in water.
No, there are female frogs and male frogs.
The collective nouns for frogs are:an army of frogsa knot of frogsa colony of frogsa fester of frogsa bundle of frogseven a froggery of frogs
the frogs can't be camouflaged because no green matches frogs. or different colours for the other frogs.
The frogs danced in the slimy cauldron. This is an example of using Personification with frogs because frogs do not dance.
Basicly African clawed frogs are bigger and have tiny claws and regular frogs are just frogs i suppose.
Lifetime Frogs refers to the number of frogs you have ever owned during your game time. So get lots of froggies! :)
Commensalism is a situation in which two organisms are associated in a relationship in which one benefits from the relationship And the other is not affected much Example: The frogs get shelter and water from the vermiliad but the vermiliad is unaffected