posted on Mar, 24 2009 @ 09:16 PM
I came across a photo of a golden poison frog
and saw similarities between it, and the descriptions of grey aliens
that contactees describe.
Considering that, in addition to similar physical features, they have been reported to:
1) absorb nutrients transdermally,
2) demonstrate chirping vocalizations,
3) in some cases, have webbed hands
Is it possible that these putative organisms are more similar to terrestrial frogs than insects or cetaceans? Might the same environmental selection
pressures responsible for shaping the phenotypic traits of frogs have acted upon the evolutionary ancestors of grey aliens?
I'd love to hear what everyone thinks (whether you're a "believer" or not).