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  • A brown speckled New Zealand’s native frog on a pale background
    Rights: Phil Bishop Published 31 January 2018 Size: 50 KB Referencing Hub media

    New Zealand’s native frogs lack an external ear drum and middle ear. Although they can make chirping sounds, they don’t croak. Scientists think they use chemicals rather than sounds to communicate.

    Acknowledgement: Phil Bishop

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