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Originally posted by Catfish
Looks like 3 frogs on top of eachother to me..
The BBC news item, Puzzle over three-headed frog (originally titled "'Warning' over three-headed frog") spawned this story that swept the news media and the weblog circuit over the week following March 5th 2004. Briefly: staff and pre-school children at the Green Umbrella day nursery, Weston-super-Mare, UK, found the above. After they'd taken photos and a video, it escaped. The BBC took up the story, citing one of their own wildife experts, biologist and presenter Mike Dilger, as "stunned" and saying "it could be an early warning of environmental problems" (they published the same factoid in their CBBC Newsround children's section). From there, the tale snowballed to newspapers worldwide.
May I ask how? This think looks as though it can barely function let alone "escape." If this is truly one frog you have to wonder how it goes through life, how is it able to eat, what form of multiple sets of organs does it have, and how does it perceive the world around it? Very strange indeed, thank you for the find William.
After they'd taken photos and a video, it escaped.
Originally posted by William One Sac
With six legs. Some childeren found it. However this could really be the result of some pretty nasty ground contamination. Whatever it is, it is pretty sick!